TripAdvisor Reviews Sportsmen Motel Port Angeles
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... been our Port Angeles, neighbors all these years. Lynn your bubbly personality and concern for the welfare of fellow cruisers is surely a product of your life profession, while Gerry, you seemed to just bask in the glow of your wife's personality. What a great team you two make. We are so privileged to add you to our family of friends.
Then there were those wonderful moments spent with our Indonesian and Filipino crew; Denny and Yanti, who always beamed that ...
Woke up to our luxuriously private (we were the only ones) hiker/biker campsite and enjoyed a meal of fruits, seeds, and chili. After coaxing from a park ranger, we decided to attempt the five and a half mile (11 total) hike out to the historic lighthouse at the end of Dungeness Spit (see pictures for information). The view along the spit was seemingly infinite in a way my pictures can't begin to do justice. There was no trail to speak of, ...
... great photos very quiet on all of these walks aside from a scattering of other walkers Jackie says it's like following her grandad walking downhill behind me as I take it ever so slowly.
We drive on to Sol-Duc falls further up route 101 and still in Olympic National Park where I am feeling ever so tired and have a little nap in the car park while Jackie walks to the falls I come to soon after and go up to the falls myself through lovely forest to a stunning ...
... was barron - so Mrs Butcharat a keen gardener decided it would be best to start a garden in the pit. It took 50000 carts of soil to prepare the land for planting! It is incredible the toiling. Wanda you would spend days at this place - we have a challenge for your bridge and rock photos.....flowers and bees! I think Rob may have taken 300 photos at the garden. Robs list of animal sites was shortened - ...
... service!!! Snug; quaint; sort of like a speakeasy!! (I guess!!) And, the music was good, too (recorded).
The building has a fascinating history . . . built in 1918 as an engineering school . . . to train blacksmiths and mechanics for a Ford Motor Company plant . . . then it morphed into a garage (the MarQueen Garage) for 50 years or so . . . a developer purchased it . . . and 14 years ago this hotel was born . . . the Tin LIzzie Lounge has only been open about a year.
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