Category: Washington

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Stupid Hoh

Home this week has been the Minni Peterson Campground, right down the road from the Hoh Rainforest portion of the National Park. Not only is it free camping, it is quiet and mostly unused at this time of the year. A great spot to hop into the National Park for...

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Cape Flattery

Cape Flattery is the northwesternmost point of the contiguous United States. It is in Clallam County, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula, where the Strait of Juan de Fuca joins the Pacific Ocean. Wikipedia Two years ago, when I was in this area, I chose not to come to Cape Flattery...

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Port Townsend

Since meeting and getting to know Kerri – way back in Jan of this year – she has been telling me about how much she loves Port Townsend, Washington. So much so that we even planned our Alaska trip to return into the lower-48 via Washington just to spend a...

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Olympic National Park – Hurricane Ridge

A planned getaway into Hurricane Ridge, a part of Olympic National Park, resulted in a frustrating drive behind a 25 MPH (or less) driving couple that refuse to use both their mirrors or any turnouts. I was finally able to pass them in the last few miles remaining of the...