Olympic drift wood

By Warren Long
February 17, 2013

My wife and I were fortunate enough to take a 27-day road trip from Wisconsin through the Canadian Rockies and many of the Washington and Oregon Parks during the Summer of 2011. All told, we visited 7 National Parks (2 Canadian) and covered just over 7100 miles. This is one of my favorite pics from the trip of the two of us in the roots of a large driftwood tree on the Washington coast of Olympic National Park.

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