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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Olson's Resort Sekiu
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... hiked down and spent a night or two there all spaced out every 30 ' or so in the drier sand close to the trees. It seemed almost none of them were awake because the sun wasnt hitting them yet. The beach itself was very deep and interesting though! We timed it for lowest tide and we went straight to the rocks and cliffs to one side. There were eagles courting, many tidepools filled with all kinds of stuff, like starfish and sea anemones...we even saw a family ...
... punk, is what i get....anywho... This whole small cottage is themed after him...it is a dream come true for a 14 year old girl maybe? ...other than all tha, it IS a really nice little suite with a small kitchen, 3 rooms, cool stained glass and a super nice owner. This works gret for this holiday weekend. After we got our little cottage, we headed to Rialto beach about 12 miles from here , to see ...
DAY 65 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 280 (today in the jeep only)
Total Trip Miles - 2291 since leaving Ananda Village mid May
We drove out to Cape Flattery in the Mr. Toad today. Left CharLi in Lynnwood. We wanted to set foot on Northwestern Most part of Continental USA. Alaska and Hawaii not in circumference plans. Well Alaska is next summer but that is a different story.
... you have ever seen! There was the tallest Douglas fir in the world on the trail but we didn’t find it (I think the sign was missing) but we found one that could have been a contender, it was soooo tall we couldn’t see the top! We had to fight through the bush on this trail and fully aware of the hundreds of Black bears and Cougars in the forest (warning signs everywhere) we found ourselves making as much noise as we could and ...
... Margin for error. But the scenery was a major distraction. Every turn opened up a breath taking view that competed with the apex of the turn for your attention. Scenes were totally overloaded...this is why I love to ride.
At the top, I was taking in the view when a German tourist asked if I was riding a motorcycle. When I said yes, he informed me that there ...