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Hoh Valley

This 36 mile side trip passes through a vast area that drains the western slopes of Mount Olympus. Roughly paralleling the winding course of the Hoh River, the side road enters sections of the Olympic National Forest.

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John Huelsdonk was an immigrant, born in the little principality of Lippe, along the border of Holland. He and his brother Cornelius filed on their homesteads, built a cabin, cleared a patch for a garden in 1891-92. The house was entirely of log construction, erected by the brothers. This first home burned down in 1928, and was replaced by the present home, built in 1930. This is a typical farm...

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