Olympic National Park

Published: September 12th 2010
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Our van, "Tree Hugger" is developing a personality of her own. She has enjoyed being here in the Olympic National Park because it has given her a chance to see huge spruce, a wide variety of pine, a look over sub-alpine meadows and to see mosses and algaes that she hadn't seen before. She enjoyed stopping beside this beautiful Lake and having lunch.

Highlights of this place have been both scenery and people. We loved the Hoh Rainforest, the Sol Duc Falls and the scenes overlooking the Olympic Mountain range.

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Crescent LakeCrescent Lake
Crescent Lake

North of Olympic National Park.
Hoh RainforestHoh Rainforest
Hoh Rainforest

Weird moss and lichens hanging down the wide leafed oak trees.
Sol Duc FallsSol Duc Falls
Sol Duc Falls

A beautiful walk lead us to Sol Duc Falls.
Sol Duc FallsSol Duc Falls
Sol Duc Falls

A very beautiful place amongst old growth forest.

12th September 2010

a quick note
Hi Jane and John, Love all your great photos and stories. They look good on the web. I'd love to visit Vancouver too. Keep having fun!! love from Pete

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