Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The rest of Washington

After leaving Anacortes, we caught the ferry from Coupeville to Port Townsend on our way to the 
Olympic Peninsula.  We spent several days camping in the Olympic National Park.  Our favorite place was the Hoh Rainforest which, even though it had not rained in a while, was still filled with vibrant green colors.

We worked our way south after leaving the Olympic National Park, on our way to Mount St. Helens.  The devastation at Mount St. Helens was just amazing to see, but it was also cool to see how much had grown back since I had visited there in 1994.
On the ferry to Port Townsend.
Bike riding along Lake Crescent.
Looking out over Lake Crescent
Big Sitka Spruce tree in Hoh Rain Forest.
Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park.
Banana slug.
Another banana slug.
Hoh Rain Forest stream.
more stream
Big Cedar Tree in Olympic National Park.
On the beach in Kalaloch.
Chloe is trying to will herself back to the RV.
Mount St. Helens debris flow.
View from the Johnston Ridge Observatory.
Getting the Mount St. Helen ranger badge.

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