Sandy Cove Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a herd elk that I spotted up a valley in the middle of nowhere. They were about 1000 meters up the valley and I was surprised that I not only spotted them, but knew what they were from that distance. I had never seen elk in the wild before. We were able to drive a small road up the valley to a few hundred yards from them.
Laurie also was fascinated with the trees and fauna of the area. There are ferns everywhere, and moss and lichens cover ...
The traffic was great today from the start of our journey in Duncan until we reached Seaside, it was a long day but went well. As we were approaching the Port of Angeles it was foggy and misty I looked out to see this fishing boat it was the coolest looking picture which I've added. It looked like the boat was emerging from the water peaceful ...
... to helping out around the hostel. I helped out with a computer issue, chopped lots of fresh garlic to be frozen, and took a much needed, healing nap. After the nap I woke up and mowed the front and back lawn. That evening I caught the sunset again and spent the remainder of the night reading, drawing, and talking with Levi in the living room.
Awaking the next morning - it was my day of departure. Levi, Trung, and I conducted the daily Chi Gong exercise ...
... to the beach I let her loose and she instantly started running at full sprint onto the open stretches of sand. The beaches here were far and wide with lots of room...and she took advantage of that. She was so filled with happyness and wouldnt stop running in these huge looping circles along a 100yd stretch. She also then joined in on a pack of 2 or 3 dogs and started running after them and joining in on their games of chase. Shima usually is shy ...
... be honest, if you're camping, what else do you need? It's also a very decent price - they charge by car per night, so for the three of us to camp it was $12 / $4 each, which is about £3.50 each. Not bad!
We ended up putting up the tent undercover of the shelter, then moving it out into the rain. The two of them managed to get a fire going, despite all the damp, even if we had to keep fanning it with a bin lid all night to keep it alight! We cooked ...