Ken met our neighbors in Port Angeles, WA at the beginning of our Olympic National Park adventure. They invited the two of us over for drinks and we enjoyed their company immensely! We compared future plans and figured we probably wouldn’t meet up again. To our surprise they found us at Kalaloch Campground on the Pacific Coast. We loved this campground (no hook-ups but some of the sites overlook the ocean).
Our site did not overlook the ocean because there are only a small amount of sites that would accommodate our larger RV and still overlook the water. The kids didn’t care; our site had a “fort” or I should say that they made a fort which included a chandelier, several rooms, a grinding station and a lounge chair. How can you beat that? And our site had a water view out of one window and only a very short walk to the ridge above the ocean.
During one of the evening low tides we drove over to Beach 4 of Olympic National Park and waded around the rocks. We were so excited to see over one hundred sea stars, hundreds of anemones, some hermit crabs and a few trapped fish. Brian touched many of these beautiful creations. The were so cool to see in the wild!
That evening we walked over to Kim and Rick’s to cook spiders over the fire. What are spiders? I wondered too. Spiders are hotdogs that you have cut so when they are cooked the legs curl like a spider. Basically take a hotdog, leave the middle two inches whole, on the ends cut them through lengthwise and then rotate the hotdog 90 degrees and cut it lengthwise again. Do this to both sides and roast it over a fire by constantly turning it as if it is on a spit. They taste really good and are super fun!
The sunset over the beach was gorgeous! We were glad to see it. Many of the days we were camped here we had cloudy and misty weather and did not see the sun or sunset much. But this sunset was a beautiful end to our stay here.