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Hoh Rain Forest Olympic National Park Washington
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Rain-forest country, where you will discover the green wonders of nature in Olympic National Park, is south of Forks Washington off Highway 101. It is a wet and wild forest with huge 500-year-old trees. With about 150 inches of annual rainfall, timber grows there faster than anywhere else.

http://www.forks-web.com/fg/rainforest.htm

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