At my back is the Hood Canal, and I am looking up the Hamma Hamma River toward Mount Bretherton in the Olympic National Park.
The Timber Museum in Forks, on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula, gives a great insight into the rough life that the lumberjacks had in years past, and still do today.
The author at Panorama Point on Eastside Road, looking across the Hood River Valley, about two miles south of the Columbia River.

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