Kalaloch is an Olympic National Park campground on the Pacific Ocean. We backed into a site on the cliff right over the water! The site was not level, which meant we had to make a few adjustments to living in our home on wheels. We slept with our heads at the foot of our bed and ran the refrigerator for only very short periods of time - something about the refrigerator needing to be level to work on the LP gas. Next trip, we will have some kind of outside leveler gadget to straighten us out.
It was a relaxing two-night getaway, though. We walked along the beach and through the forested campground. Read books and wrote in journals and baked cookies. RV Tip: When we make cookies at home now, we freeze some of the dough. On the road, we can bake a dozen cookies in our little oven with the bit of dough we have brought along. Mmmmmmm!
We paid only $7.00 per night for a site at Kalaloch. Tom was able to get the senior discount, aka the geezer discount. The campground does not have any hookups. We are finding that we like this kind of dry camping.
|A home with a view of the Pacific Ocean|
|On the edge|
|How is this tree hanging on?|