|Several decent size sites, this is #17|
|We had #U3 in the trees|
|It was a big site, that's our fire ring and table|
The camp hosts were very friendly, nearly always available to answer questions or just for a chat. There were a couple rigs that looked like they were set up for a lengthy stay with two very cute kids. Seeing them running around in the evening - one in bare feet and the other in footed-pajamas - made me smile at how lucky they are to be playing in the wilderness. Other folks came and went, always with a smile and a warm hello. You got the feeling that many of them come here often, and love it.
But the real draw is the setting. The forest is beautiful, full of tall pines and big trees that looked like maples but are probably something else. I should have asked the host, but never remembered. Lots of nearly-ripe berries lined every path and the sides of the river. The sound of the low river running over the rocks was magical, I loved walking along the banks just to listen. No wildlife other than a few crow and the visiting bee who wanted to stowaway on departure day.
|I loved the trail beside the river|
|Thick moss grows on many of the trees|
|I loved the blue peaking through the canopy over our patio|
|Perfect for after-dinner walks|
As others have experienced, Plan C is often better than B, and that was the case today. When the casino had no place for us I called to see if we could arrive a day early in Hoodsport. Of course! Nobody in our site, come on up :-) We can drive back to Shelton for groceries if necessary.
We're at Glen Ayr Resort with another OMG view, this time of Hood Canal. Tomorrow we will go see what we can see :-)
|From our front window, Hoodsport, WA|