Port Angeles Inn
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... where we will be getting our Whale watching trip from on Friday then we got a bit lost on our return to the road but the scenery is great so never mind saw a deer on the road that had been run over and killed.Arrived in Port Angeles which isn't the prettiest of places but it's just going to be a base so we can explore the Olympic national park over the next few days.
Drove to the park visitor centre where we get maps and information on the best places to visit then ...
... to the street. The cart is a nice large one, like at the Marriott and Hyatt . . . but the elevators are quite small . . . as in a lot of inner city, older hotels, so it takes some maneuvering . . . but mission accomplished. We get a cab on a sunny holiday Monday morning in Victoria and we are on our way to the Black Ball ferry terminal to ride the Coho!!
We are plenty early, I get our tickets and we settle the bags with Carol and her Nook . . . I look around and take a ...
From downtown Port Angeles we drove about one hour almost straight up and into the Olympic National Park. At an elevation of 5,242 feet (1,598 m), Hurricane Ridge is a year-round destination.
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt ...
... to the calls they make. We watched the video about the park then got back in the truck excited to do some exploring! It was the first time we had to wait in line for other cars to leave before we could enter the park. It was a beautiful day and they had a limited number of parking spots. We only had to wait about 15 minutes in line then drove up Hurricane Ridge.
The mountains were ...
... ce we got into Canada. Sadly it wasn’t to be because when he called us in Victoria after we had tried to phone him and confirmed that it was him at the ferry waving at us he told us he was biking down to San Francisco to see an aunt he hadn’t seen in a long time. “Ships passing in the night”.
The one and half hour crossing over to Victoria was accompanied for much of the way by the mournful blast of the ferry’s foghorn as the visibility ...