olympic national park.

ft. Cody, Michael’s brother
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This place in the Olympic National Park is still our favorite spot that we’ve ever camped at.

The water was so turquoise-y blue, the campsite was pretty much empty because it was still winter, Michael’s brother was visiting us, and we didn’t have any service. What could be any better?!

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Hikes along the Quinalt river in Washington.

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Climbing down to this spot was pretty sketch, but sooo worth it.
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We tricked Cody into thinking we were stuck in the forest because of this fallen tree and that we had to go out there with a saw and cut it away. He believed us. 😂
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Peaceful mornings by the river. 😊
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Michael and I converted our FJ to have storage drawers and a full size mattress. Cody slept in the tent we keep in the truck for those just-in-case moments.
Our sweet pea, Layla, all bundled up in our FJ. 💙
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There was definitely s’mores (with cookies and cream Hershey’s because they’re the best!)
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Cody visits us the most and it’s always such a freaking good time when he’s around!

It’s been two years since we moved from Texas to the pacific northwest and we still cannot believe we get to live in a place so endlessly beautiful. It’s the best. thing. ever. There is so much more to see, so after I finish school in 1-2 months, we can really get out there and explore even more.

Here in the corner attic of America, two hours’ drive from a rain forest, a desert, a foreign country, an empty island, a hidden fjord, a raging river, a glacier, and a volcano is a place where the inhabitants sense they can do no better, nor do they want to. Timothy Egan

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