Day 5 Wednesday 8/26/20 to Centralia, WA Before we move along with the ride I want to tell you a little more about Cycle Camp. If you are in the area consider camping there. As Bob showed us around the day before he showed us the pavilion. The bonfire pit. It's covered which is good for the west side of WA. We were lucky and it wasn't raining or drizzly but it common for things to be wet on the west side. The camp is for two-wheeled travelers, motorcycles, and bicycles. On the weekends only two-wheeled vehicles are allowed in camp. I'm guessing three wheels is OK too. No, cars, pickups, vans, RVs, etc. however during the week if someone is stuck needing a camping spot he will allow cars, etc. then. There were three cars in the camp when we were there and only our two motorcycles. Apparently, during the week the camp is usually pretty bare and gets busier on the weekends. There is food if you need a meal and don't want to go to town. He said he keeps food on hand for campers especially the bicyclists. He said after they get done riding to camp they don't want to have to ride to dinner too. There were potatoes, onions, canned food, boxed dinners, bread, peanut butter, jam, eggs, bacon, sausage, coffee, etc. BBQs were available and a cooktop but I didn't get a pic of that. Just in case anyone needs it explained. The fish pond with a Burt Reynolds posed frog. Doesn't the frog remind you of Burt when he posed for Playgirl? We camped just beyond this shed. That's our tents peeking out from the trees. Inside the shed was camping things if needed like chairs, ground cloths, thermarests and such. There were campsites like this throughout the forest. If you want to sleep in a teepee there's even one of those you can use. I looked for the Leprechaun but couldn't find the little bugger. I know he's out there. The is a wall between the road and camp made out of natural materials. It does a good job of keeping the road noise out of camp. Entrance pictures again, this time in the daylight. Our camp. Before Bob left for work he came and said goodbye to us. We were just getting ready to walk over and put some money in his pay box so we handed it to him instead. We gave him $20.00 each. Not that we used $20.00 of facilities but I liked that he is willing to have people camp there free if they are out of work, he has food and cooking supplies available if people want to eat in camp and everything else he has available if wanted. He told us we were way too generous but I think we both thought of it as a "pay it forward" type of thing. I will camp there again. And we were on our way to the Hoh Rainforest. Tree teepee to ride through. Of course with the Covid-19 thing the visitor center was closed but the trails were open. A picture of me, mask and all. That piece of wood sticking up looks like a sea otter to me. These trees look soft like teddy bears. Every time I looked at PNW Buttercup she was petting another bush or tree. It's cool that she likes nature. How many kids do you suppose have had their pics in those tree roots over the years? Onward again. We were looking for ice cream and found a payphone. I snapped a shot of it because they are far and few between anymore. There were two here, one wasn't working but I think this one was. We had an ice cream bar then we were off to Centralia, WA I didn't spot much to get pics of, and the few I did try to take turned out real blurry. I must have been getting tired. Rather than being frustrated trying to find camping we grabbed a room. With as expensive as some of the state park campgrounds are it doesn't cost much more to get a room and when sharing the room and splitting the cost it makes it affordable. Next up is Windy Ridge at Mt. St. Helens. . .