After Boeing we went to Pike Place Market in Seattle for lunch. The market sells fruits, veg and fish as well as tourist items. We had a nice lunch and a walk around to see what the market had to offer.
The next day had us visiting the Olympic National Forest which was quite unique due to the moss growing on the trees due to the abundant waterfall per year (over 144").
During our drive we were passed by a Smart car-
The Olympic National Forest in known for its waterfalls-
The fish hatchery was raising coho and sockeye salmon for release into the wild. There was a trailer we could visit where they were tagging fish and removing their adipose fin 36000 a day. The reason they removed this fin (which did not hurt the fish) was to let fishermen know if they caught it it was a farm raised fish and had to be released back into the wild.
The hatchery had a fishing day for children which seemed a little weird because they were raising the fish to be released into the wild and now you can bring your children and catch the young fish.
The holes in the photo below were made by piddock clams who rock backwards and forwards to burrow into the limestone.
The beach was very humid and covered in a light mist where the cold air met the warm air.