KF is sitting at the kitchen table with our copy of Marine Life of the Pacific Northwest, writing down in her dive log everything she saw yesterday. (Nudibranchs as big as her fist!! At home they're only as big as her finger!!) Her gear is outside on the deck, drying as much as possible before she has to pack it tomorrow.
It was very rough at Salt Creek, nearly high tide and breakers rolling over the rocks where they would climb down into the water; they ended up coming back to town, and diving right inside our poor old harbor, off the inner shore of Ediz Hook. I'll beg her for a list of what they saw and insert it in this post later...
After a post-dive nap, we visited the Elwha dams and the forest long the river in gorgeous evening light. This tuned us in to Forest.
Now we go pick up WC at the ferry terminal and spend the day with him... we think we must go up the Sol Duc River and see what we can see of more trees (not enough time on a ferry day trip to dart for the Hoh Rainforest).