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Sol Duc Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington

We left the Lake Crescent Lodge after our lunch (that above is the view from our table, always ask for the best water view!!!) & took a huge long hike to the "Sol Duc Falls".

Can you believe it is February? Hello, February. Welcome!!!

I was very excited to get to hike there because after the meal we had just had I felt I needed to work off a few pounds. Olive (the sheep) went with us, she is quite the conversation starter. I really found that when touring this park & as well in California when we got to see the Redwood trees, it is so tough to get a shot of these monstrous trees so it can give you the magnitude of how huge they are, they are just so so big. No joke you can be moved to tears, I mean the trees in Virginia are gorgeous, but to think how long it took a tree of this size to grow and live, it just mind blowing to me. AMAZING!!! 

Please check out this vlog from the waterfall hike. Beth ( :


eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, that restaurant had fabulous views of the lake. We enjoyed a dinner there after our hike to the falls. Beautiful photos and video. Happy February, enjoy your new week!
William Kendall said…
Such a beautiful area, Beth!
Missy George said…
Yes, it takes a long time for those trees to grow..makes me sick when they cut them down..beautiful pics..
TexWisGirl said…
love the blues in the first shot.
George said…
Thanks for finding another beautiful waterfall (and a restaurant with a view) for us to enjoy.
So glad to see "Olive" again and to hear how emotional you get about the Redwoods...I did the same thing when I went to see the Blue Ridge all teary eyed!...:)JP
Ruth Hiebert said…
I'm usually a fast eater,but with a view like that,I might even forget to eat.Stunning shots.
Stephanie said…
Another beautiful spot. Love your travel companion.
Betsy Adams said…
Great views/great waterfall, Beth.... I do hope that we can get out in that area of the country sometime...BEAUTIFUL.
Michelle said…
You visit the best places!
Judy said…
What a beautiful area to hike. We would love to see the redwood trees.
Sharon Wagner said…
That's a good idea. Everything needs a little perspective. The conversation and potential laughs are a bonus.
Tanya Breese said…
so pretty beth and i love your view for lunch!
How cool. I remember well how impressive those redwoods are!
Rose said…
I find this place very appealing!
I love the view of the lake and the waterfalls are gorgeous!
Cindy Saul said…
You can never go wrong with a waterfall! Love it!

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