Sunday, October 28, 2018

Woodard Bay Conservation area Olympia, Washington

We found ourselves in Olympia, Washington over the weekend and went to get a look at the Seal Lions that congregate on the logs around the Woodard Bay Conservation Area. They were sleeping out a ways so got some shots but didn't get very close. It is looks almost tropical in this area, hanging moss, dense foliage and very large old growth trees. And of course the briney smell of the ocean water in the bays. Such a neat different experience from our inland trails in the Spokane area.

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