Washington - The Evergreen State
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Washington. Twice visited, Twice Smitten. A State that should be driven as there are so many scenic locations. Great mountains to view, both from below and above. Spend some time visiting the many natural sites within the state.
Mount Ranier is one site that should not be missed, especially the drive up. Pictures themselves do not provide the same feeling one gets when this mountain is viewed the first time. Mount Olympia on the other hand is in an area of a range of mountains and in America`s furthermost north-west region of the contiguous states.
Whidbey Island, north of Seattle, is a fantastic day trip, quite beautiful and where a ferry to visit is required at one end of the trip. We were really impressed, and having dinner at one of the island restaurants is a must.
Mount St. Helens, on the other hand, brings back memories of the famous erruption, and one of the most vivid memories is that of the trees that were flung around like matchsticks.
Seattle, the city, has many locations to visit, with even views of Mount Ranier in the background. Also Puget Soundis nearby and here you can see how one harvests clams.
The drive from Olympia to Astoria, in Oregon, is mostly throught a very wooded area and crosses the Columbia river prior to reaching Oregon.


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