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... is pretty small – it’s a ways off the highway with two or three traffic lights. The unexpected surprises we find. We’ve got a reservation on the old Black Ball Ferry tomorrow for the 2 PM sailing, so will be home by late afternoon. Guess we’ll have to cook our own meals again …. Hmmmmmmm. Am looking forward to our own strong coffee and sleeping in my own bed – ...
... in the car we decided to head to the west entrance of the park to the Hoh Rainforest. While the visitor center looks to be only several miles away from Sol Duc Falls you must go back out the north entrance and all the way around to the Pacific Coast area. It took another hour. We walked the Hall of Mosses trail which was pretty. The fern are huge, and the trees are pretty big and covered in moss.
We stopped in Forks, WA (home of ...
... of scheduled arrival time, we get our bags and the bus/driver are on to other stops . . . now the damnable taxi routine again . . . and that takes awhile . . . and we are not the 'best part of town.' The first cab I flag . . . they guy tells me he is not working . . . what to hell is that? I see the number on his cab . . . and call . . . but it is 5:00 p.m. on Friday night . . . and no opeators are available . . . mercifully, another cab pulls up . . . and can't understand the ...
... remind us of driving through Alaska. Stopped at the Information Centre at Sooke for sights to see. Thought we would give the famous Potholes a miss too long a walk to see pools of water. From the photos in the pamphlet looked like places we have seem in WA. Decided to go to the other spots the young lad suggested, but first of all we had fun getting petrol. Only two places to get petrol before turning back ...
We continued driving on the Lewis and Clark Trail and through the Olympic National Forest. As we were driving a deer suddenly jumped onto the road directly in front of us. It's pretty hard to slow down quickly when pulling a trailer but fortunately the deer got out of the way just in the nick of time. We all breathed a sigh of relief and were grateful because there would have been a lot of tears the ...
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