Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Forks WA, An Old Fashioned Fourth of July

Forks, Washington Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Wet winters, warm, dry summers make this Olympic region a wonderland of water, lush-forests and recreation.
The Forks area is renowned on the Olympic Peninsula for its abundant winter rainfall (162.14 inches in 1997), warm and sunny summers, logging heritage and myriad places to hunt, fish and hike. Within a short distance of Forks are sparkling, lakes, pristine ocean beaches, ancient temperate rain forests, mountain glaciers and rushing rivers with the Peninsula's best steelhead and salmon runs. What a great place to visit!
Stated the day with a Pancake Breakfast, then on to the Art Show, a Parade, followed by a Salmon Lunch in the park.

Ended the day with a great Demolition Derby! Went home, too tired for the Fireworks!

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