I've rarely seen the weather change as fast, and as starkly, as it did on the way through Washington state. Whereas the sun beat down on the eastern and central lands, on entering the mountains east of Seattle the clouds went up, the mist surrounded, and the rain beat steadily down. It was my first time going through a rainforest, even if a temperate one, and the name didn't disappoint. Neither did the pictures - this is the sort of thing you just can't experience back in Ontario, where mountains have been out of style for a billion years or so.
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