Monday, July 18, no rain, but a brutal ride. Port Angeles to Neah Bay on 101 to 112. Strong wind on narrow roads full of log trucks, 75 miles, lots of steep hills, sunny day.
Tuesday, July 19, Neah Bay to Cape Flattery with a hike to the northwesternmost point of the contiguous United States. Picked up the route south from Clallem Bay through Forks ending the day at Ruby Beach. 59 miles, lots of rain and wind.
Wednesday, July 20, Ruby Beach to Moclips vie Cook Creek Rd/Moclips Hwy, 67 miles occasional rain, sometime heavy rain, some wind, lots of climbs.
Thursday, July 21, Moclips to Westport, short day, 56 miles, morning rain. It’s the Pacific coast, you know, rain, wind, and hills. Some of the UFO found us on the way to Westport. Thanks Colby, Brent, and Don.
If you are in Grayland/Westport find the Bennett’s Restaurant and let Don do the cooking. He puts out some real fine food.
Friday, July 22, we spent almost two hours with the Unicycles for Ocosta (UFO). They are a great group of youths and parents. Westport to Long Beach plus side trip, 85 plus miles, sunny, and windy.