We stopped for the night in Port Angeles. What a charming town.
The next day, we drove past the breathtakingly beautiful Lake Crescent, wandered into the Hoh Rain Forest, and quietly tried to not surprise a large herd of grazing elk.
We marveled at the misty, foggy mountains on the left, and oyster farms and resort towns on the right. What a gorgeous area. I made a mental note to check out the resorts for a summer getaway, for some time in the future.
Our gifts of love to each other are amazing experiences instead of material things. No clutter to manage, just fantabulous memories of quality time spent together on our beautiful earth.
Now, weekends start with a quick breakfast, grab the cameras, binoculars, and snacks, and get in the car… then – and only then – do we discover where we’re going!
Back in October, 2014, during our first weekend together in real life (IRL) since reconnecting, D turned to me over … More
On a Friday evening back in March, we decided to get up early the next morning, hop in the car … More
We hadn’t explored this town yet, so I was super excited.
Dave drove while I googled for ideas. A few things caught my eye: the riverfront trolley, the brewery with a glass floor over sea lion docks, and we figured that would be a good start.
Last night, we decided to take a day trip. We’d get up early in the morning, throw the cameras and … More