Day 48: White Pass Scenic Byway and Driving to Olympic National Park

Saturday July 13, 2013. Port Angeles/Sequim KOA, Port Angeles, WA. Elevation: 27 feet. Drove 214 miles. Low in Packwood: 48; High in Port Angeles/Squim: 73.

We drove through fir and evergreen forests and along Scenic Byways. We found a rest stop and had lunch and John had a nap while I caught up with my email and news. Driving US Hwy 101 N, we had a view of tidal flats and the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Hood Canal on the Olympic Peninsula. We drove through small towns along the waterfront and saw RV Parks nestled everywhere. We arrived at our KOA in Sequim and got the last campsite…one that was deluxe and cost twice as much as the standard sites. We were able to move to a regular site a couple days later…

About Holly Ritger

I am retired, enjoying being a grandmother, traveling to National Parks and other interesting places in our RV with my husband of 43 years, and visiting with friends and family. Hobbies: photography, learning about wildflowers and birds, and trees, and reading from my kindle.
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