A Hike to Marymere Falls

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 After our Trip to Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park , we drove to Lake Crescent Olympic National Park  and parked our vehicle in the parking lot close to Storm King Ranger Station. There were a lot of vehicles in the parking lot but we had no problem finding a parking spot.  The trail to Marymere Falls starts just past the Storm King Ranger Station. A nice 1.5 mile round trip nature trail, mostly flat until the Falls Creek log bridge, then the trail gradually ascends 200 feet in elevation. It was an easy and beautiful hike but my shoes and pants got muddy. It also got crowded up there but it's worth the hike and a must see when visiting the Olympic National Park. The view of Marymere Falls and the narrow loop trail Marymere Falls Nature Trail 1.5 Miles Round Trip No Pets, Weapons, or Vehicles The tunnel under the road The passage to the other side. It's so nice that the hikers going to Marymere falls don't have to deal with busy highway US-101 I love the new growth on

Up for a Ride

These dogs were really up for the ride. They were so happy sticking their heads out and feeling the cold wind blow on their face. Although I found it not safe but they probably will not jump.
It was windy cold and this woman was up for a back ride. I found it interesting that this man was wearing shorts even though it was cold, not much snow on the ground but the wind made it so cold. Anyway, he was happily carrying this woman on his back.

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  1. These are priceless photos. You have the nack of shooting the most amazing photos.

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  2. As Always wonderful photographs.

    Happy Thanks Giving.
    Yvonne,

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  3. Those dogs look so cute. I would worry they would jump out. Have you seen Marley and me? lol.

    As for the man carrying the woman, I hope he didn't slip and fall!

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  4. It's amazing how many men you see running around in shorts, no matter the weather! At least he has a hat. Love the matching sweatshirts!

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