The first day of our trip to Port Angeles, WA was rather cloudy, but by the time we arrived (about 4 1/2 hours later) at Freshwater Bay, the sun started to come out and our beach 'vacay' was about to start.
We had rented a house one row of the beach, but we had direct beach access. This was actually a good thing, since the wind became pretty blustery by day 3 and it was nice to have a bit of protection from the weather and the marine layer that kept on blowing around. (a thin mist- like layer that would hang just on the coast)
Here some impressions of all the textures, the beach, the views (to Canada!) and beyond!
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|End of Day 1...|
The kids had a blast exploring:
I must say we all got pretty sleepy from all that salty air and we all had an early night. (no, Master C. did not spent the entire night in the hammock!) <wink>
Day 2: the Sequim (pronounce as 'Skwim') area...