Nestled on the shores of the Puget Sound, less than 10 minutes from the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge. Once a logging and ship building town, Port Ludlow has grown into a vibrant community that hosts beautiful residential neighborhoods, a 37-room boutique waterfront inn, a 300-slip marina, and a championship 18-hole golf course, recognized as the “Most Scenic in the World” by Esquire Magazine. The award winning Fireside restaurant located at the Inn offers sweeping views of Port Ludlow Bay and a daily menu that features the bounty of local farms vegetables, produce, artisan meats and cheeses. For those who seek adventure and the outdoors, Port Ludlow offers a variety of activities and options to enjoy the wonders of Mother Nature. Take a kayak or a stand-up paddle board out in the bay and explore the twin islands. Hike or bike some of the 26 miles of maintained trails and experience firsthand the magical views and abundant wildlife that surrounds Port Ludlow. If it’s fishing or crabbing you enjoy – head out into the Puget Sound to drop some pots or cast your line for trout or salmon. Finally, if it’s just a nice walk you’re in the mood for or looking for a place to set down a chair and relax, head to the beach and soak in the views.
Olympic Peninsula Road trip.
We also visited the Hoh Rainforest, a land of mist and moss. There we saw salmon spawning in a stream and a herd of elk. Seeing elk in a setting like that made me feel as though I had entered a fantasy world. The rainforest there is a magical place, it felt as though we were in a Hayao Miyazaki film like Princess Mononoke.
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A short storyline from the few clips captured during our week on the coast.