This morning came early. In fact, we were up at 5:30 getting ready to travel. We still had several things to put away plus I wanted to get dinner in the crock pot before we left. We had signed up with the office to get propane before leaving so we had to be unhooked and in line before 9:00.
Well, with all of that accomplished, we pulled out of the RV Park for a big travel day. LOL…our total mileage today was less than 100 miles.
As we left this morning the
clouds were hanging low across the mountains. We made one last trip through busy
Port Angeles. As confirmed by Street and Trips, we made our turn on
Hwy 101 and were on our way to Fork 101 RV Park.
We passed by
Crescent Lake which was just like glass this morning. And imagine
these folks get to enjoy it everyday.
The rest of the trip was uneventful and Jim
being the leader today lead us right on to Forks. We arrived at
the RV Park. And, from the looks of the sign, I am glad we had reservations. However, come to find out they had about 5 inches of rain yesterday and some of the sites were flooded. The campground hosts were holding 3 spaces for us up front.
parked and set up. I made
chicken salad for lunch while we were waiting on
Deb and Rod to arrive. Jim is telling her welcome…but come on to lunch!
After lunch, we headed out for a drive into
Olympic National Park to find
the beach and the
According to Deb, the Washington beaches are all rocks no sand. Plus, this one had lots of
dead tress and driftwood on the beach. Some of the trees were
really big, especially
this one! Okay enough of the trees…I can’t wait to
get my feet in the water. And, yes it was cold. While I was playing in the water,
Ellie was enjoying the view and Jim and Mark were trying to see who capture the
biggest wave. They were all pretty awesome and as the
sign indicated…the sea makes its own rules.
Rod found himself
Too soon it was time to head back to Forks, but not before
I got one last picture. I am looking forward to spending more time on the beaches of the Pacific Ocean as we travel the coastline over the next few weeks.
See you tomorrow from the Hoh Rainforest.