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Would it also be necessary to make reservations for the biker campsites?
- some here on this forum said that the stretch south of Shelton isn't the most interesting.
Bicyclists pay the passenger fare so it's much cheaper than automobiles. See the WA State ferries pages for more info: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/info_desk/route-maps/
I am sorry if this is an old topic - I am on tour, and only have a Kindle, and topic searches are torture.
Banks will put a $2 to $3 charge on ATM withdrawals. That can eat into your budget. An alternative is to get cash advances with your grocery store purchases. Most grocery stores, Wal Marts, Targets will let you get a cash advance on your debit card at no charge. They usually have a maximum amount that they'll let you get (usually in the $60 range). If your debit card looks like a Visa or Mastercard, you should be able to get cash at no charge at grocery stores and the like.
In places with no biting insects and it doesn't rain too often I like a bivy best. I sleep on top of it unless it is cold or rain starts. I do carry a tiny tarp (5'x5') for rainy nights. It is easy to climb in and zip up if conditions change. This setup is no fun if it will be hot and buggy though.