The Olympic Peninsula of Washington State is a must see wonderland that contains so many
places to visit.
I spent eleven days in August, 2005 on the Olympic Peninsula and believe that you cannot really
explore this place in less than a week.
All of the Olympic Peninsula is amazing. The coastal side on the west is especially
of all the rain that falls here. An average of 240 inches of rain fall each year
creating a rain forest
that feels as it might have been a million years ago. Growing in these rain forests are
giant western hemlock, Douglas-fir and Sitka Spruce. Green moss hangs from tree branches
in the rain forest.
Hoh Rain Forest.