It's time to head to the coast! Rudy and I left the Sol Duc Campground around 11:00 AM on Thursday and headed west. Part of the fun of this adventure is taking some off the beaten path routes. Highway 112 takes you up the norther coastline of the Olympic Peninsula to the Makah Indian Reservation.
As we got into the bustling metropolis of Neah Bay, we headed southwest to our destination - Hobuck Beach Resort. The resort has a slug of tent and group camp sites as well as quite a number of "tiny house" cabins to stay in. They also have ten RV sites (with full hookups) on a classy little gravel area. The bonus is that (for $30 a night plus a $10 Makah Recreation Pass) you have a pretty cool view of the ocean from wherever you choose to park.
Rudy and I decided to stay for three nights (even though this is totally blowing our monthly camping expense budget) because there are a couple of nearby places we want to explore - Cape Flattery and Shi Shi Beach.