The Enchanted Forest

big ass tree

While exploring the Olympic Peninsula, I came across the Quinault  rain forest. You really take a leap back in time once you take a few steps down the trail. I had my eyes open for a giant Sloth or saber tooth tiger  to pounce from between the towering trees.

The forest is full of giant Hemlock, Douglas fir and Western Cedar trees. The thick moss covered, old growth trees create an eerie setting. You might feel as if you dozed off and awoke in the dream world of a Tim Burton movie.

I would highly recommend to anyone to check this place out. Take a stroll, and a step back in time.

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About ramblingchef

I am an adventurous soul with a bit of gypsy blood in me. I have been cooking for a living(my website www.personalchefkauai.com) for the past 11 years, while surfing and enjoying the beautiful places I've been blessed to call home along the way. The north shore of Kauai has been home for six years now, and while it is an amazing, beautiful place that I love, I feel drawn to the road, or a road trip. The plan is to ship my truck from Kauai to Seattle and from there, start a road trip surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking my way down thru the Americas, while experiencing the local culture, and food along the way. I hope to share my experiences with anyone interested via this blog along the way.

4 responses to “The Enchanted Forest”

  1. Danny Sapp says :

    KB

    Good to see you made it, and everythings going well. I’ll be in Vegas in a week. I’ll call you see where you at. Anyway family says hello and well be checking in on you from time to time. Aloha, my friend

    Danny

    • ramblingchef says :

      Hey Danny! Thanks for the message. All is going well so far. I am in Oregon still but heading into California the first week of March. Give me a call whenever, I see what I can work out.
      Kevin

  2. misty berryhill says :

    Hello Kevin, just read your story and all I can say is wow !!! What beautiful places you are going to see. Wish I had it in me to do the same. Be safe and enjoy this time you have for your travels. When you make it to Savannah and if I’m still here, I would love to see you and here all the great stories you will have to tell. Take care, Misty

    • ramblingchef says :

      Hi Misty! So good to hear from you. I am so happy to be able travel like this. My greatest fuckups as well as successes that have lead to where I am right now. I do plan on coming through SAV sometime late spring/ early summer. It would be great to see you then.
      Kevin

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