Olympic Peninsula Part 2 – Hurricane Ridge

This is the second part of the two-part Olympic Peninsula series; you can read part one here. In our second week near Olympic National Park, we moved to a different RV campground, hiked hurricane ridge, photographed sunsets, and thought about going to Canada. I only have five days left until…

Lauren In The Hoh

Olympic Peninsula Part I – Hoh Rainforest

This is part one of what will be a two-part series about my experiences on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. The Olympic Peninsula contains Olympic National Park, which is home to the world’s largest temperate rainforest, and surrounded by beautiful beaches. There are sometimes Orcas that can be seen from the shore…

Ricky In The Hoh

Ricky On Rails

I have begun a new endeavor, Ricky On Rails. Ricky On Rails (RoR) is an Instagram channel I started that showcases me, a web developer and traveler, visiting some of the coolest destinations in the world and working there with my laptop. The point of the channel is to show…

Palouse Falls

Palouse Falls State Park

For the past week, my brother, Sam, and I were in Tucannon, Washington. We went to Tucannon in order to do some Columbia Valley wine tours. When I called the RV park to make a reservation, the guy acted strange when I told him our reason for coming, but he…

Presiding Mountain

Glacier National Park – A Quick Traveler’s Guide

Glacier National Park is the most beautiful national park I have ever visited. It lacks the wildlife present in Yellowstone, but the landscape makes up for it. Everywhere you turn, each road (well, there are only two) you take, beauty isĀ found in every nook and cranny within the park. Beneath…

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