Olympic Peninsula Vacation: Saying goodbye to the Log Cabin Resort and Matt orders a burger as big as his face.

One last picture of our cabin. I liked our cabin and the resort.  I did find it weird our cabin had no access to a water spigot.  It wasn’t a big deal for us, because we used a spigot from a nearby unoccupied campground, but were the resort full, it would have been weird to walk to the bathroom for water every time we needed it.  Also, the showers were pay showers, which was annoying.  And there was no place to do dishes.  Usually there is a water dump station.  When I asked at the lodge, they said to do them in the bathroom.  As the women’s bathroom did not have a faucet that worked properly, Matt was in charge of the dishes.  So there were some problems.  But overall, it was a nice, affordable place to stay.img_6374 img_6375

This was on the way home.  We stopped in Hoquiam, where we just missed some sort of parade.  Not only was it a huge burger, but the fries were top-notch too.img_6376 img_6377

5 thoughts on “Olympic Peninsula Vacation: Saying goodbye to the Log Cabin Resort and Matt orders a burger as big as his face.”

  1. Did he take part of that burger home or did you share it? I don’t think even Dan, who puts away an impressive amount of food, could eat all of that.

    1. I think he made a good effort and took the last quarter of the burger home. But he ate the rest of the burger on that same day. He can really eat, when he puts his mind to it.

      We do not share burgers, partially because I rarely order them and partially because he likes tons of stuff on his and I don’t. Plus, we’d have to come to agreement about the stuff, etc. etc. etc.

  2. Your reply ^ is hilarious! And bummer – to just miss a parade really stinks! All I can think of is…I really want a burger for dinner. Or right now. IN MAH BELLY! 🙂

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