Monday, August 03, 2009

We love the Washington Coast

W. We think it's just fine that the Oregon Coast gets all the fuss over its beaches and its haystacks. Because for us, that just means less people on the less heralded yet more pristine and more beautiful Washington Coast. Last weekend we packed up the kiddos, hitched our 1960 Shasta Airflyte to the back of the truck, and headed out to go explore the furthest NW reaches of the continental U.S. It was spectacular (and the kids loved it).

Here are some fun pictures from the trip. We camped on the north shore of Lake Ozette in the Olympic National Park, and from there took fun day trips hiking out to Cape Flattery (the northwestern most point in the lower 48) and playing on Shi Shi beach, the northen most beach of Olympic National Park. We also hit some fantastic tidal pools at Salt Creek/Cresent Beach on the Straight of Juan de Fuca.


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Posted by Blogtime In Twin Town @ 12:49 PM

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Beautiful & Looks like fun! We need to coordinate a camping trip one of these days!!

Posted by Blogger Boyer Family In Seattle @ Monday, August 03, 2009 2:54:00 PM #
 

This is the less heralded coast? Wow! It's gorgeous! Great pictures, cute kids, and a very spiffy new blog design.

Posted by Blogger Lynnette @ Thursday, August 06, 2009 9:03:00 PM #
 

love the new blog photos with the boys climbing the rock!

Posted by Anonymous Anonymous @ Saturday, August 08, 2009 7:42:00 AM #
 

great photos! you're boys are adorable.
-mom of twin boys

Posted by Blogger Miranda @ Sunday, August 09, 2009 6:01:00 PM #
 
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