On day 6 of our trip to Olympic National Park we traveled to the Hoh Rain Forest and then to Second Beach. We spent the night in La Push, Washington. The stars were out when we went to bed, but the forecast was for cloudy skies in the morning.
Day 5 of our late March trip to Olympic National Park, in Washington, started off with overcast skies. Today the plan was to leave Hobuck Beach Resort, and head back toward Forks ending up at Rialto Beach for sunset.
The plan for today is to head to Sol Duc Falls and Lake Crescent. It rained hard again all night, making it hard to sleep with the rain pounding on the canopy. The canopy also developed a leak around the window seal, which was fixed when we got back home. We were camped at Three Rivers RV Park, NE of Forks, Washington.
Heavy rain started coming down at 11:00 last night, a hard pounding rain. No need to get up early for sunrise. Just a dark gray night becoming a dull gray day. We were camped at Kalaloch Beach Campground, just off Highway 101 in Washington. We slept in until 8:00, then got up and put on rain coats. I made coffee on the camp stove, in the rain.
Mark is a nature and landscape photographer living in Oregon. Merging photography with an enjoyment of the outdoors; hiking in the woods, walking along the beach, star gazing, fishing and traveling, Mark has captured a few of the many beautiful and interesting sights that nature creates for others to enjoy.