Hiking Trip in WashingtonAuthor: Jeff Sherman | Category: Hiking
My friend Tom and I flew out to Seattle in August of 2008 to get away. We took a ferry across Puget Sound to Bremerton to pick a rental car then drove down to Mt. St. Helens. From there we drove through Aberdeen, Ruby Beach, and Forks to hike and camp on the Olympic Coast. From there we went north to Lake Crescent and into Olympic National Park and camped at Olympic Hot Springs. From the hot springs we headed back to Seattle. The Pacific Northwest is a beautiful little corner of the world and I highly recommend a visit there to anyone.
A note on the music: I don’t own the rights to this song and never claim to. The song belongs to the Dave Matthews Band. I have seen other videos where music is played and I am not sure how to legally do that as I am pretty new to uploading videos. Any advice to do this properly would be welcome.
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