Fossil Falls

Fossil Falls

Fossil Falls Recreation Site is on Highway 395 between Lone Pine and Ridgecrest, California.

There aren’t any fossils, except the falls. An interesting geological feature. A good example of differential weathering.

Unnamed Stream with Waterfall

Unnamed Falls

This lovely little falls is located on the Constance Pass trail in the Olympic National Park. There are so many of these falls scattered throughout the park that most have no names. This stream is an unnamed tributary to Sunny Brook.

Biking up the Dose

The Dosewallips Car Camp

Recently my friend Gary and I rode our eBikes up the Dosewallips Road past the washouts and up to the Dosewallips Campground … a distance of about 6.5 miles (each way). We had great weather and were just doing a day trip … although regular readers may note that another friend and I have made several trips up the road backpacking.

I carried my camera and the day was a great success, based on how much fun we had. During the bouncy ride, I lost my lens cap, but that’s why they sell extras, isn’t it?

Dosewallips Rapids/Falls
The Dosewallips Road (above the washout)
Un-named stream with a small falls

Sol Duc Falls

Sol Duc Falls

Sol Duc Falls is located a mile or so from the Sol Duc Ranger Station in northwest section of the Olympic National Park. There is a bridge across the river at that point … connecting to the High Divide trail, one of the most popular backpacking routes (reservations required). Note the person in the top right corner of the image.

And below is the river downstream from the bridge.

Downstream from Sol Duc Falls

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