Hood Canal Frolic. Thank Goodness for Rubber Boots

Admittedly, I like indulging in pampering as much as the next person, like going to the spa at Alderbrook Resort. But often I want to be outside all day. Then I care less about the accommodations than the surrounding landscape. On vacations like these I don’t need a spa to apply toenail polish when toes are propelling forward my hiking boots. (Not that having pretty feet at the end of the day hurts either!)

Perfect for outdoor-centered vacations, Forest Service Cabins provide cozy shelter, complete with an equipped kitchen. And boy is the price right!

Kerry McKean and Marcela Touskova invited us to join them Thanksgiving weekend at Hamma Hamma Cabin near Hood Canal. I was excited by the possibilities. Bonding between our 3 adventuresome girls, introducing them to new hiking locations, and exploring animal life along the Canal was just the beginning. Little did we know it would snow, making the weekend all the more enchanting. Unprepared without winter attire, I didn’t motivate to shoot, only play in the snow. What is evident in the photos is my appreciation for stopping at Rising Stars to purchase new rubber boots.

Alma in Hat

Ellie in Puddle

Alma all Wet

Overflow Puddle

Kerry Marcela at Hood Canal


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  • Michael Fort - Hey Janet,

    Great job!!! Looks awesome! You have nothing to be nervous about! This is Michael I met you at the PUG meeting:-) I talked to you about show it web. Anyways…keep up the great blogging!ReplyCancel

  • JanetKlinger - Hi Micheal,
    I remember. Have you been using Showit Web? I’m loving it, though have yet to figure out how to embed sideshows in this blog. Working on it!ReplyCancel