Neal Freeland

Engineering/marketing manager, family guy. My personal blog with a few work thoughts mixed in.

Olympic Penninsula Summer Tour 2007

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After Eugene, we spent 5 days on the Olympic penninsula camping. The first site was Kalaloch, a dramatic spot perched above coastal cliffs. Nana and Opa joined us, along with Chris, Anne and Ruby Weber. Alas, it was wet and cool, so we are missing out on our summer sun quotient. But the location was spectacular and the kids loved building sand castles on the beach and poking around the tide pools. Chris and I also got a surf session in at high tide in the evening glass-off. Very fun river mouth sandbar peelers.
 
We also spent a night at Heart O’ the Hills campsite at the approach to Hurricane Ridge. The alpine meadows offered impressive views of the Olympics and Juan de Fuca Straight, as well as the low-lying clouds and mist.
 
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Written by nealfreeland

August 9, 2007 at 9:40 pm

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