Mini-trip to the open coast

Are you fond of sand dunes
and salty air?
Quaint little yurts nestled
here and there…

Sleeping in a seaside yurt is a most cozy way to spend a November night, especially if it’s a hugely stormy night, with the roar of the ocean and winds swirling around outside.

A. wanted to go camping for his birthday trip this year, so we reserved a state park yurt for a night. They’re very popular at Grayland Beach State Park, and I was lucky to find an opening. The yurts are heated, sleep five on comfortable mattresses, and have central skylights that let in the bright moonlight and scudding stormcloudy view. In the morning, we all awoke rested right around 6:30, with the gradual lightening of the day pouring through.

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