Adventure#2: Olympic Peninsula

Our first night out we spent at Kalaloch Beach. Our site was within a short walking distance from the Pacific Ocean. Basically “roughing it” as we had no hookups. Pretty rustic, but secluded. Our Brooklyn grandson, Elliott, above hanging out with grandma on the beach. The steps down to the beach are behind that wall of large driftwood.

Was a fun night.

Adventure#2 to be continued.

Safe travels from the Mothership

back in Seattle!

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Seaside Pond

This pond was adjacent to the camping area where we stayed.

The cloud formation came through one morning. It looked menacing, but was harmless. Being close to the Pacific Ocean the weather can change rapidly. Fortunately, this year, we had a rainless week with mostly scattered clouds and sun. In years past the weather did not cooperate.

Safe Travels

from the Mothership

docked in Seattle!

Kites and Swans

Not the best of images ( two are from a point and shoot camera), but thought it would be fun to share. Seaside is one of the towns along the West Coast that is great for kite flying. There used to be a kite shop just off of the Promenade, but sadly has closed.

Renting a swan and cruising around the slough that passes through Seaside is a traditional activity for visitors.

Be safe

and have fun in your travels!

From the Mothership!