Saturday, July 4, 2015

2015-07-03 Evergreen Coho SKP Resort

June 30th, we drove to Neah Bay and Cape Flattery, WA. In Neah Bay, we spent time in the Macah Indian Museum and Cultural Center – a wonderful stop. Neah Bay, WA, Makah MuseumNeah Bay, WA, Makah Museum. After lunch, we drove to the Cape Flattery Trail (moderate, but difficult for me as my knees get weaker), to see he Cape Flattery Lighthouse. Some nice folks took pictures of us, like we took pictures of them. Cape Flattery, WACape Flattery Trail, WA.  We did get to see the Cape Flattery lighthouse peeking through the fog, although Picasa did make the picture clearer. Cape Flattery Trail, WA


On July 1st, 2015, we went to the Forks Visitor Center, and took a free van tour of the Allen Lumber Mill that is closing this month due to old age, the economy and the government reductions to how many trees can be cut. The mill converts lumber into 2”X4” boards of any length and quality. Allen Lumber Co Forks WA. We even got to take the van into the woods to see logs being loaded onto a truck. Loading logs Forks WA.


After lunch on July 2nd, we drove to Rialto Beach, where logs that have floated down the rivers are washed up onto the shores. Rialto Beach, WA


Yesterday, July 3, 2015, we moved the house 97 miles from Forks 101 RV Park in Forks, WA to Evergreen Coho SKP Resort in Chimacum, WA. Screenshot (24)..


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