We are in Twilight Territory.  Luckily our campsite is on the Indian reservation and we passed the treaty line so we should be safe from Vampires here. We just have to watch out for Ware wolfs.

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The beaches here are beautiful.  They are named beach 1, beach 2 and beach 3. (very creative people in this part of the country).

We are staying at Beach 1. It is a great campground with the beach right in front of us.

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The weather is cold, grey and wet. But, the view makes up for it. We get to listen to the giant waves crashing ashore all night long. What a great sound!

Last night we experienced the worst storm in the coach yet.  It rained hard for about 6 hours with wind gust of 30-40 mph, peak gust to 50 according to the weather report. We had no neighbors to block any of the wind and we felt it. Our Home was rocking like crazy all night. It was so bad that we decided to pull the room slides in.
We survived and there was no damage, but we didn’t get much sleep. Although, it didn’t phase the boys at all. Hope we don’t experience that again.

Today we got a new neighbor. They parked beside us and we soon realized they were driving a Country Coach like us. After we talked to them we discovered theirs was a 1983, one of the first that Country Coach made. Ours is a 2008, which was one of the last they made before the factory shut down. We had to get a picture of them side by side. It was so cool seeing the progress made by Country Coach in 25 years.

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The beaches here have giant rock islands. So many different unique and interesting shapes.

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There are lots of smooth stones on the beach instead of shells like we are use to seeing.

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There is a lot of driftwood and giant uprooted trees.

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During high tide you could watch the waves just toss these giant logs around
like they were weightless.

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The boys had a blast daring the waves to get them wet when the tide was coming back in. We all enjoyed this campground despite the weather and the storm.

While in La Push we also visited the Olympic National Park Rainforest.  Details are in the next post.

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