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... 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, ...
... agent, Alan Shiller, to send us the itinerary for our days in Macau and Hong Kong. Yesterday we received that information via email and we are stoked as we learn more about what he has come up with. Like….
Jet-Catting to Macau and our lunch at Café Litoral after which we will be touring the Mount Fortress, Amah Temple, the Ruins of St Paul’s church, the old city walls and Senada Square before settling ...
... but the camera runs out of battery so I go back to the car and get the ipad hoping they will still be there when I return and I am in luck as I am really close to them and get some wonderful photos and get to watch this spectacular sight up close for quite a while.
On the drive back to Port Angeles we get stopped by officer Tilton for speeding (89 in a 60 zone) but he is very nice and just books us at doing 75 to keep the fine down but it's still $144 OUCH we have ...
... had picked up in the one of the visitor centres that the NPS had recently completed the largest dam removal project in North America. The Elwha River Ecosystem and Fisheries Restoration Act of 1992 created funding and government support for mitigation of the dams on the Elwha River. The River was a well known Salmon Fishery until 2 dams where built on the River in the early 1900’s. Approval was given to build the dams on condition that fish ladders were installed however ...
... 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 ...
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