When I found out that I was going to Forks, the one thing I could not wait to do was take a picture of Edward on La Push. I just love to cheat the system! So off we went to La Push for some sight seeing, where I let the Edwards out of my bag.
"Here guys, feel free to roam around. It's safe I swear."
"Are you sure about that? We have specific instructions not to return here."
"Uh.....yeah, I'm sure. Go ahead. Here, let me take your picture."
"I'm not sure hard evidence of our presence here is such a good idea."
"Quit being a baby and stand by the damn rock! I need this shot!"
"I think you should just do what she says, man."
"Yeah dude, you are one more disobedient comment away from being thrown to the wolves......literally. Ha!"
The other Edwards laugh.
Then the others decided to look around a bit too. They always stayed in a close group though. I think they were trying that whole safety in numbers thing.
"So, anyone see any wolves?"
"No. I haven't even seen a single Quileute tribe member."
"Me neither. I think they may just be a myth."
"You don't think they exist?"
"It doesn't matter what I think. I just don't see proof that they exist."
"Whoa, that's deep."
Later in the week we went back to La Push to visit Rialto Beach. We were hoping to catch the sunset but the clouds had come in. However, we did get to see the ocean be all crazy. The waves were friggin huge!! Anyway, the Edwards decided to play around on all the driftwood that was washed up on the beach.
Here is Edward and EC talking on dead tree.
"I know. Isn't weird that we like a lot of the same things?"
Here the boys thought they smelled wolves coming so they hid under a dead tree that was hollowed out like a cave.
The Edwards really enjoyed The Hoh Rainforest. They had so much fun running around and climbing on everything. Here are a few pics of them that don't include them being frightened of large bugs.
On our way back to Seattle we stopped at Lake Cresent to take some pics of the scenery. It was really beautiful. The Edwards enjoyed it very much.
Here the boys are enjoying the view from some mossy tree roots.