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    [[Mt Rainier and Mt St Helenís VIDEO]]

    This is a road trip my son and I took when I picked him up from college. I flew into Seattle and we drove down the coast highway, and hammock camped down to Monterey, CA.

    The trip was beautiful. Here is a video of the highlights. We camped first in the Mt Rainier area. We couldnít see the top of Mt Rainier as it was raining. Nonetheless it was a beautiful area. We then headed to Mt St Helenís National Park. We briefly got a glimpse of the volcano. After we camped along the Oregon Coast and into Nirthern California were we camped near the Redwood National Park. I hope you enjoy the scenery as it is a beautiful area and there are plenty of trees to hang a hammock on.



    https://youtu.be/bjcAinjGK1E

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    Some very beautiful country. Thanks for sharing!
    We must, indeed, all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately. - Ben Franklin
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    BEAUTIFUL. I'm so amazed that there are still areas in the country that need coats I really like that Heart of God song. Thanks for sharing this refreshing view of the west to us that may never get to experience this.

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    Enjoyed the video and the music was a great add too. It is always amazing when you hike above tree line and can watch the clouds float thru.

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    Great images. Can’t wait to get out there.

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    That's an awesome trip, definitely something I'd like to do with my son's someday. Thanks for sharing

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