Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Awesome RV trip through Olympic National Park

We just returned from an amazing RV camping adventure trip to the rain forests, rivers, mountains and lakes of the gorgeous Pacific Northwest. We stayed in pristine camp grounds and toured almost the entire Olympic National Park area of the Peninsula, from hiking through the Hoh Rainforest to swimming miles and miles in crystal blue glacier lakes which were magical, enlivening and extremely frigidly cold and enlivening. Please check out some beautiful pictures of the RV trip below.

Boy Butter RV Camping in the super obvious 30" foot Cruise America Motor Home, 
which was like driving a motel room (with kitchen) around
BMcG driving the RV
Whale Skull at a Ranger Station  

A glacier lake, Lake Quinault 
Waving back before my swim at Quinault Lake
Cold swimming in Quinault Lake
You might be able to see me in the middle of Lake Cushman waving back.
Big Creek River
I admit it, when it comes to "Big Spruce" I'm a tree hugger
Hoh Rainforest Stream
Brendan's Hoh Rainforest hike 
Hoh Rainforest scenery
Beautiful little waterfall on the side of the road.
Huge downed tree 
Slug we almost stepped on.
Beautiful forest tree lined patheway.
Gorgeous woods view.


JP420CA said...

I believe the only way i could get Donna to go a trip like this was if she was paid hundreds of thousand of millions of dollars for a 1 day photo shoot, with a bug free room, in a 5 star hotel! hahahahahaha! Just kidding...but not really! Looks like fun!

Anonymous said...

What a nice trip. Next time you need some company at the swimming holes let me know.
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