Riviera Inn Motel
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... cliffs and crags and deep, forested valleys. Magnificent stands of old-growth Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, and Western hemlock cover the lower mountainsides with alpine meadows and wildflowers above the timberline. The first day we drove to Hurricane Ridge -- a 17-mile drive that gave us wonderful panoramic views of the mountains and glaciers. There are 266 glaciers crowning the peaks, the most prominent on Mount Olympus, ...
... walk, I was met with smells of the “salt chuck”, resident seals cruising for food and a lone eagle crying overhead. As I glanced to the south, the glory of the snow –tipped peaks of our Olympic Mountains graced my view. It has been 45 years since we made the decision to move here and raise our children and we have never looked back - God’s country. Now we look forward to sharing with you, ...
... my sweetest memories growing up.
My night last evening was of a similar vein, since I had just decided to blog this cruise and story lines and catchy titles drove all thoughts of a good night’s sleep from my brain. This also happens a lot on the ship in the early morning hours, which is the best time of the day to write and post to the internet.
Additionally, we have anxiously been waiting for ...
... 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 ...
... Then we headed off for a tour of Victoria Island. First downtown where we saw the inner harbour, Parliament House, The Empress (very old hotel where Queen Elizabeth used to stay) and some First Nation (indigenous) people selling their crafts.
Then up to a great lookout to get a nice 360 view of the Island and beyond. Everything you see is green, whether evergreen trees, moss covered rocks or fern covered ground – very beautiful. ...
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