After a great week in the rain forests and coastal regions of Olympic National Park, it was time to move north to the mountains. The Olympic range is home to some of the tallest and roughest mountains in the country and we have wanted to explore them for some time. We picked an area just
Olympic National Park has been on our bucket list for some time. It is a big area consuming most all of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State and is known for its rain forests, mountains and glaciers. It also has some wonderful coastline and beaches. We decided to split it up into two distinct areas.
The northern Oregon coast was the last section of coastline we had to visit to make it a full coastline tour. We chose to base out of the Astoria area. The Oregon National Guard has a small training post just south of Astoria with a wonderful little RV park. We decided to stay there as
One of our favorite places to chase 70-degree temperatures is the Oregon coast. We love the rough, raging and natural coastlines. Oregon is the only state which requires public access to all of its coast and beaches. The entire coast is lined with state parks, county parks and public access points. The varied weather patterns,
As we were already in northern California, we thought we would take the time to visit another national park. Along the coast is the town of Crescent City, the northern gateway to Redwoods National Park. This is where we decided to make our base for touring the Redwood Coast. We have always wanted to see