Olympic National Park Quotes

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The term “river voices” was coined by Frank O. Shaw when he and Richard Baldwin camped here in 1932. The men mistook the gurgling sounds made by the Dosewallips for the indistinct murmur of voices in the distance. They looked up, expecting to see a troop of Scouts coming up the trail, only to realize they had been deceived by the river.
Robert L. Wood (Olympic Mountains Trail Guide, 3rd Edition: National Park and National Forest)
Unit’s seventh floor offices revealed little trace of his personality--unless that in itself offered the faintest glimpse. While most of his fellow detectives had family photos, personal announcements, or their children’s artwork posted around their work areas, David’s cubicle revealed only a single photo of Michelle. In it, she smiled broadly in front of a sign for the Olympic National Park’s Hurricane Ridge. He wasn’t a bit superstitious, but he was reluctant to bring even a picture of his family into the office. He also abhorred clutter, which made the papers and file folders strewn around his desk all the more unusual.
Karl Erickson (The Blood Cries Out)
Adirondack Park, a 6-million-acre wilderness area and parkland in the Adirondack Mountains, is larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Glacier, and Olympic national parks combined.
Lori Baird (Fifty States: Every Question Answered)