Olympic Peninsula

We have spent the last couple of days on the Olympic Peninsula. The temperature has been great. Somewhat cloudy and a little rain now and then. We are hoping the weather will clear some tomorrow so we can make another trip up to Hurricane Ridge and hopefully be able to see something. If not we will start back toward Renton.

Below are a few images from our last few days with captions.

Above is one image showing the low clouds and fog which covered the hilltops and mountaintop so that we had absolutely no view from the top of Hurricane Ridge.

This was the informational poster at the Salmon Cascades. Below is an image of the cascade.

Unfortunately there were no salmon going upstream this time year so you’ll have to use your imagination. 😎

Below are a few images from the Hoh Rain Forest.

Unfortunately we were not able to be far enough away from this tree to show you its full height. This tree was near the parking area at the rain forest and you can get some idea of the size and height of it from the campers and other vehicles parked very close.

This image will give you some idea of how much moss grows on trees, rocks and other vegetation in a rain forest.

I can just imagine a creature from outer space stumbling across this monster of a tree with all this moss growing from it and being scared enough to depart earth. LOL

We hope everyone is having as much fun as we are on this trip!

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
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Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me. I also have a Web site with many images taken in North America. OzarksPhotos.com .
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1 Response to Olympic Peninsula

  1. Ray says:

    You may want to take a ferry from Bainbridge Island across Puget Sound if you go back to Hurricane Ridge. It’s pretty up there. On a clear day you can see The Pacific and Canada.

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