With Labor Day and Forever Twilight in Forks now in the past, we are settling into a quieter time in Forks and the west side of the Olympic Peninsula. Gone are the long lines to get into the Hoh Rainforest and Hurricane Ridge. And it is easier to find a parking spot at the our near by beaches. The days are a little shorter, but for the most part, the weather has been picture perfect. Now that the smoke from the Oregon, California and Eastern Washington wildfires has left us, we are breathing in clean air and able to enjoy the outdoors once again.
On our walk to the end of our street last night, we were entertained by a herd of elk grazing in our neighbor’s field. Though we
them often, it is always a treat.
October is just around the corner and that brings many fishermen to the inn and our area in search of the migrating king salmon.
We still have spots available and we are maintaining our Covid-19 safety measures including letting rooms sit idle before and after guests. This also means that we are mostly requiring 2 night stays, though we do have a few single nights available depending upon how reservations are falling.
Come relax with us!