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8/10 Day 49 I'll try and not be so long winded today. We are still camped at Sol Duc Campground near Port Angeles. Today we started off with a trip to the Hoh Rain Forest. What we saw was basically an expansion of what we see almost everywhere on the west side of the park including right behind our campsite – lots of moss covered trees and ferns. The new addition was more, large, I should say gigantic, trees. Some were as ...
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
After 38 days away from hearth and home, our favorite local ground transportation company; Rocket Transportation, picked us up at Pier 91 in Seattle and delivered us safely home. We are "Hooked on Rocket". Tons of mail, grass “as tall as an elephant's kneecap and two love starved cats; Cleo and Jmmi greeted us, as well as a beautiful sunny day.
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... all became a part of our family, and filled our memories. We never looked at them as “servants” but as just hard working folks, far from home, trying to make the most of being away from their loved ones for an extended time, and giving us their all. There are all so many others; polishing, vacuuming, busing tables, and always with a smile and greeting. They are one of the countless reasons we will always sail with Holland America.
Last but not ...
... this quote by A.A. Milne from Winnie the Pooh stories:
“ “Well” said Pooh, “what I like best” and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn’t know what it was called.” Exactly – JWC
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... for over two hours.
Then, we headed to the Sol Duc Falls in the Olympic National Park. We didn't account for how long it would take to get to everything. It was close to an hour drive to the falls. It’s a 14 mile drive once you enter the park. The hike to the falls was an easy 0.8 mile. We saw a rainbow at the falls. Had we had more time, I would have continued on through the Lover’s Lane trail which was six miles.
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