It was a driving day with our final destination a mere 4 hours away.
However 4 turned into 12 because…
You can’t pass up climbing a tree that looks like it’s from Endor.
Nor could we pass up a quick stop at the Hoh Rain Forest, a part of Olympic National Park and one of the largest temperate rainforests in North America. To tell you the truth, I didn’t even know there were any rain forests North America.
Or a stop at Ruby Beach where we stacked rocks and had dinner.
Finally around 10 pm the real adventure began when we arrived at our campground. We try really hard to not get into places after dark because once the sun sets there seems to be holes, poles, fences, guard rails, zombies, you name it, appearing out of nowhere.
We took a turn too tight and the wheels of the trailer got stuck in a ditch that appeared out of nowhere. Thankfully there wasn’t any major damage to the trailer, just a small crack, and a dent on the bed of the truck. However, to prevent further damage we decided to call a tow truck to pull us out backwards. It was 2 am before the trailer was out and we got to bed.
As if that wasn’t adventure enough. The next day we needed to decide if we were going to buy our season passes to go back to Breckenridge for the upcoming winter. We had mixed feelings. On one hand we really wanted to go but on the other we weren’t sure if we should spend the money.
As it turned out the decision was made for us when I decided to take a pregnancy test that afternoon “just in case” because I was a few days late.
Two pink lines.
Guess we wouldn’t going back to Breck. I’m adventurous but snowboarding while pregnant? No thanks.
To say we were surprised would be an understatement but as the news soaked in we got excited. We weren’t the only ones excited. My dad sent me this super sweet text.
And here I am 9 months later on his due date and still waiting for this little guy to arrive!
Love and Laughter,
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