Ocean Crest Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our jaws drop. The beauty of the place was beyond compare and the leaves turning colors for fall is what kept our eyes wide open the entire time. It would be useless for me to describe exactly what we saw so I am going to let the pictures that we took speak for themselves. The one thing that I would like to mention is that the Hall of Mosses trail is only about a mile or so and since we wanted to soak every inch of the trail in we ended up taking over an hour to complete ...
... in fireplace insert in the morning . . . and it has a bit of chill in the air tonight.
I will probably drive around the lake on the way out in the morning . . . we do not have one of those crack of dawn days awaiting . . . it will be a leisurely trip back to Silverdale . . . a place we have been several times. We’ll probably have a light breakfast . . . and eat lunch along the way.
See you tomorrow!!
... more than 300 ft high. It is spectacular and yet we soon become blasé. We wander past trees that would be a major tourist attraction in the UK without a second glance. Owen keeps having flashbacks to Year 8 geography and Ethan just runs around like someone on speed ( or maybe it is the artificial flavourings in the food here). I nearly laugh out loud when the guide starts testing ...
... had a couple of walk in pitches which cannot be reserved and are allocated each morning on a first come first served basis. Even though we were already there and explained we wanted one we still had to get up and queue for a pitch!!
After our early rise we secured a pitch about 8 along from us, not as private but it was only for one night, so we rather annoyingly had to move all our camp and kit for one night. We had a breakfast of muffins ...
... then they get a rain shadow on the east coast. That creates these lush rainforest with hanging moss in the Hall of Mosses hike that we did. We also noticed the nurse logs. With such shallow roots because of good rain, the trees fall down quite easily and become nurseries for new trees and plants. When these logs eventually decay there is a hole left at the base of the tree! Interesting to see and understand.
We had one more stop before camp and that ...