I apologize for being behind in my blog reading, but we have been off the grid and plugged into nature.
Troubadour and I left Friday morning and headed to Kalaloch Campground on the west-side of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. No cell phone serve, no wi-fi, just the sound of the Pacific Ocean. We stayed for three nights and arrived home on Monday about 6 pm. Brad's brother, sister-in-law, and their two kids met us there on Saturday. It was a nice visit with family we hadn't seen in over 2 years.
While I don't have time for a full report I will tease you with a few photos. I'll do a full post in a few days.
|(View from our campsite A-18, Kalaloch Campground)|
|(We went for a nature walk in the rainforest)|
|(We walked south on the beach towards the Lodge)|
|(We drove north to Ruby Beach to check out tide pools)|
|(And did a little beach walking)|
|(Kite flying was also on the agenda for Sunday)|
More to come......
- Au Revoir
" I would rather be amongst forest animals and the sounds of nature, than amongst city traffic and the noise of man." - A.D. Williams