Northwest Road Trip travel blog

Glines Canyon Spillway

Olympic Mountains

Lake Crescent

Madison Falls

Doe and one of her babies

Very mossy trees

Rafters on Elwha River

Driving on the beach

Sunset over the Pacific from our balcony

Today we are half way through our vacation.

We finished up touring Washington's Olympic Peninsula by visiting Olympic National Park. The park gives you the feeling that you are very high in elevation when in reality the highest we were was just over 5,000 feet. I guess that's pretty high considering the mountains are starting at sea level. The park is full of great vistas, some nice waterfalls and a beautiful blue lake. We saw a doe and two fawns, a doe and one fawn and a single doe.

We left the park and continued down the pacific coast to Ocean Shores, WA. Our room has a view of the Pacific Ocean. We took a ride on the very wide beach.

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