Jon and I had a long weekend so we decided to go camping in northern Washington. We rolled in to La Push at about 12:45 at night (in the morning?) and couldn't see a thing. Naturally, we forgot to pack a flashlight, so by the light of our phones, we stumbled around and pitched our tent. We could hear water, but couldn't tell how close it actually was. So we counted on good fortune not to wash us away in the middle of the night. Turns out, we did not get washed away! And we woke up to the most incredible view. See below. Can I also say that beach camping is the best? Truly. The ground is naturally cushy and comfy, plus the sound of the water is so peaceful and completely drowns out the noise of other campers.
^^Gosh, I love him.
^^Have you ever seen such an adorable camp ground? Because I have not.
^^Dead animals. I guess I've always had a thing for dead animals. (E.g. going to the dead animal pit used to be one of my favorite activities at my grandparents' cabin. So....) Also, how creepy/gross is it that all those dead crabs were making me super hungry? Though it was Jon who actually touched the things.
^^Are these trees incredible or what?! I clearly have a problem editing photos down. I can never decide which ones to post!
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