Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Tuesday, Aug 5th, Sequim
The circuit breaker was easier to fix than we thought. After re-reading the instructions on the panel cover, we flipped the troublesome switch off - then on. It stayed up, the power flowed. No new fuses, no limited electricity for the rest of the trip.
We'd been to Hurricane Ridge a mile high in the Olympic National Park long ago in the winter. It's pretty spectacular in the clear cold winds. But it's not bad in the warm smokey summertime either. We also drove west along the north coast of Washington to Pillar Point. On the way, we found a perfect dry camp spot for RVs at the Salt Point County Park. We'll stay there next time we visit this area.
To view the rest of the photos taken today (on Pat's Lumix), click on: