In the Hoh River Valley

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The Hoh River descends from the Mount Olympus in Washington’s Olympic National Park to the ocean for 56 miles through a temperate rain forest. This place is very wet, probably close to the wettest spot in the 48 contiguous states. It’s cold, but it’s a damp cold.

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Prent Rodgers

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