|Lake Quinault Lodge built in 1926 is surrounded by the Olympic National Forest|
We drove a few more hours along the coast before calling it a day. We stopped in a small town called Moclips at a nice little Motel that overlooked the beach and had a wonderful sunset.
|Sunset from our deck|
The next morning we decided to just cruise through the Quinault Reservation Land stopping to see what ever looked interesting. We discovered a small fish hatchery that was open to the public.
|Employee feeding the young salmon|
MeMa sporting a purple cast checking out the egg trays
We made it into Port Angeles that evening and stayed at the Red Lion because it was along the water front. The extra cost for a water front room was worth it. So while MeMa watched one of her favorite shows I put my feet up poured a nice glass of my single malt scotch and read my latest edition of Orchid Digest that I saved just for the trip.
|Except for the few bikes and walkers going by it was a great way to end the day. Tomorrow I will post more of our trip to B.C.|