This whole area is much like a rain forest. Some of the are is actually a rain forest. The coast butts up to the steep cliff like edges in many areas with the changes from the bottom to the top create this rain forest climate. Or at least that is my theory. I have a nice nature hike that I can take along a river along a coast line with just such an area. The trees have so much moss covering them they are more like giant trolls with snot and sagging arms. These are vast trees, amazingly large and old. The older the more moss the more gnarled from the harsh climate of the the edge of the world it feels like at times with the fog lingering on the cliffs with only the haunting of the crashing waves on the shore below to know exactly how high you are.
Starting the week of Thanksgiving was quite a bustling experience. The camp ground has a number of monthlies or extended stays and the hosts put on a full Thanksgiving dinner. 5 turkeys with all the fixings for 40 or so people. We ended up with a lot of pies and most of them pumpkin.
I spent the actual holiday week end with my son and gf in wonderland, I mean Bellvue, Washington. We had Chinese dumplings for dinner,a tour of Seattle Harbor, a visit to a wild felid sanctuary and an up town winter festival with fake snow flowing off the roof tops.
ettling in with a full week of every other day 8 hours of general all around stuff that just needs done as they say around the camoground. Today was my second all disgusting nasuating encounter with the remnants of what must have been a painful bowl explosion. There can be no other explanation. The rest of the job is simple and fun. Especially watching how the others fill their time. Majority of mine is office work, of course.