Joe took off work on Friday to take the 4 visitors to the Olympic National Park. They took the ferry from Edmonds to Kingston. These photos must be credited to Emily Wright and Wes Moyer.
First they went up to Hurricane Ridge. There weren’t any deer grazing on the mountainside this time. They then hiked up Hurricane Hill to overlook the Strait of Juan de Fuca. They saw an Olympic marmot.
Next they went to Marymere Falls, a 90 foot waterfall.
Lake Crescent seemed to be the highlight of the day. They hiked the Spruce Railroad Trail. Near Devil’s Point at the Punchbowl, the guys decided to jump off the bridge into the lake. Then the guys took turns jumping half way up the cliff. There’s video as well.