We headed to Haggens, stocked up the fridge and pantry. We parked near the back as to not take up the busy parking area as our 2 trailers were a bit of a space hog!
Since our trailers are 35 feet we had limited space available to us and had to be a couple campsites apart for the first night. Our neighbours were super nice and let us hook into their electric and water the first night and when they left the next day, our friends moved in and we got electric and water again…sweet since we weren’t expecting it! We have a Power House PH3100Ri Digital Inverter Generator which is pretty quiet, and without hook ups would have had to use it a bit in the cold damp weather here this time of the year.
Our site amoung the forest (for more campground pictures see campground reviews coming in the next day or two)
our site in the tall fir trees and the view looking up
Sierra looking for birds while enjoying a ride on daddy's shoulders
Ian, Sierra, Aayla and me in front of the bridge
you then pass the amphitheater and arrive at north beach which unlike the main beach with all the sand, this beach is full of beautiful smooth rocks of all shapes and sizes which were all perfect for an afternoon of throwing.
And of course it’s not camping until the campfire is lit. The kidos all were busy collecting pine cones to feed the fire as they waiting for marshmallow time!
Ania and Max roasting marshmellows
After packing up which was pretty fast and easy we headed out on the road for
trial trip Part 2...our time at Cape Disappointment coming soon