On Friday, we drove 64 miles to Quileute Oceanside Resort in La Push, Washington. We have a full hook-up site right on the ocean. Great views and sunsets. Very nice.
Friday night, Pam and I went looking for a place to watch football on Saturday and Sunday. First up: Blakeslees Bar and Grill. Good beer selection and the food was good. Next up: Westend Tap and Sip. A cute place run by a very nice couple: MIke and Glenda.
On Saturday, the group drove the Hoh Rainforest National Park. We hiked the Hoh Hall of Moss Trail where we watched a huge Roosevelt Elk walk past us twice! We then had a nice ranger talk on the history and workings of the temperate rainforest.
Then, a small group of us hiked the Hoh River Trail to Mineral Creek Falls. This was a 5.6-mile hike.
On Sunday, another small group of us headed out at 7:00am to for the Hole-in-the-Wall from Rialto Beach hike a 3.3-Mile hike. We needed to get there and back during low tide.
We also visited the Folks Timber Museum. Lots of history from the logging industry in Folks.