Shilo Inn Suites - Ocean Shores
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... the end we settled for the quarter mile short loop, and a walk around the parking lot and picnic area to take a few more pictures. We could have used a couple of more hours.
When we left the Rain Forest, we still had a couple of more hours to the hotel, so we only ended up making one more stop. As US-101S moved over to the Pacific Ocean, we had to stop to take our first pictures of real Pacific Ocean, before heading back down ...
... rich in stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, pine, spruce, and cedar. We're staying in a KOA campground right along Willapa Bay, a huge bay coming in from the Pacific Ocean. There are many trees and woods around the campground and deer meander through from time to time -- even saw a teeny, tiny Bambi, but couldn't get a picture of him, only of his older brother or ...
... stopped at a Loves, filled up with gas ($125 plus) and made plans to head back West.
We found Highway 12 a short distance North would take us back to the Coast. So off we went, and a hour and a half later found us on the Coastal highway again. By this time I had about enough of driving. We found a campground about 10 miles from the Cache and made reservations by phone. We ...
... both so excited to have separate space to nest,we ran around then came into the kitchen and high-fived, Then we immediately showed off our rooms to each other like we were little kids.
Seabrook was a really unusual place. It was a little town all in itself. They have a market, pub, couple shops, coffee house, town hall, recreation department complete with a horse stables and indoor pool. Each home is independently owned but operated by the management and held ...
... to do much hiking. Is our age catching up with us? The Quinault Indian Reservation is adjacent to the lake. Legend says that a monster lives in the lake and is large enough to swallow a cedar canoe. It’s a beautiful, tranquil lake that borders Olympic National Park. Because we saw no boats, we think that only trolling motors are allowed and we’re not sure who’s allowed to fish there or maybe they’re ...