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Oyster Dome

Feb 17, 2013

by jel04h last modified Feb 18, 2013 10:05 AM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Oyster Dome
Region: Puget Sound and Islands -- North Sound
Agency: Department of Natural Resources, Northwest Region
Avg Rating: 3.81
Hiking Companions
Hiked with kids
Hiked with a dog
Be Aware Of
Mud/Rockslide
Mudholes
Water on trail
joanlin.com/blog
Snowmelt dripping down from the tops of trees turning the trail to mud--when we got to the top it seemed like only a little bit of the snow was left, so maybe the trail will be dry soon? There was a lot of mist too. As of today it was extremely muddy! Lots of dogs were covered in mud : ) I think they had some fun!

The bat cave routes were CLOSED. Lots of people were asking where the bat caves were--so I also included a photo of the sign below. I guess the route is permanently closed now?
joanlin.com/blog
joanlin.com/blog
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Posted by thebrink at Feb 18, 2013 10:05 AM
Your lead photograph is great, beautiful design.

Thanks, j brink
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