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

Wondering in Bellingham with Prof. Stephen Cysewski

It was an awesome experience and a pleasure to wonder around Bellingham, Washington with my Photography Professor, from Fairbanks Alaska, Stephen Cysewski. If any of you are interested to know and learn about Steve and his wonderful work in photography here's the link Stephen Cysewski.

Here are some of the pictures I've taken using my Sony dslr A100.


 Bellingham's Original City Hall

From left to right: Steve,  his daughter, and Joel


















Comments

  1. Wonderful pictures Lorna. enjoyed the post very much.

    Have a good day.
    Yvonne.

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  2. Lorena, hi
    Fantastic photos!!!
    This place is wonderful!!!
    Thank you for so interesting trip!!!
    Have a nice weekend

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