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Favorite Photos #13, California Coast and Washington State:


We are totally ensconced in our new home at Golden Village Palms RV Resort in Hemet, California. So we bring more of our favorite photos, these from 2008.

Beautiful photo from Wine Country RV Resort in Paso Robles, California. Doesn't the MotherShip look happy?


These sandy Elephant Seals can be seen along Highway 1 between Cambria and Ragged Point. Not so loud in this travelogue, but in person you will know they are there!


These two have cleaned up their act but still just as noisy.


Squirrels are happy and friendly at a stop up Highway 1.


Blue Heron RV Park along the Klamath River is a great setting for beautiful snapshots.


The sites here are amazingly large.


While we don't think the inside of casinos are pretty, the exterior of Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville, Oregon is picturesque.


Framing of photos gives them a greater impact which is why many times people spend more on frames than the picture. We always enjoy finding a natural frame. The clouds here at Olympic National Park nicely framed the mountain peaks.


Silhouettes of the railroad worker in Port Angeles made for another favorite photo.


Sometimes art, like this Port Angeles octopus, make their own statement.


Another nice natural framing in Port Angeles brought to you by God.


As we visited Olympic National Park we were drenched with more water than these leaves, but they wore it better.


This Anacortes, Washington factory might look ugly, in person, during the daytime; but yielded a great dusk-time photo.


North Cascades campground is naturally beautiful, but Pete thinks we added to the beauty.


Early morning hike along the Skagit River in North Cascades.


Descending down from the Cascades toward Chelan, Washington.


Reaching Chelan Falls and the most gorgeous county park we have ever stayed at: Beebe Bridge Park.


We hope we can continue to entertain you with our memories as we sit in the 100 degree heat in Hemet. But, we have Pickleball. Hallelujah!

Love, Pete, Ellen and Mandy