Matthew Carter of Sequim walks his dogs Roxie and Izaak, right, past the Storm King Ranger Station at Barnes Point near the shore of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park on Saturday. The Barnes Point area is home to the Lake Crescent Lodge, which is open weekends and then daily beginning April 29, as well as the NatureBridge environmental science park and the trailhead to Marymere Falls. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Matthew Carter of Sequim walks his dogs Roxie and Izaak, right, past the Storm King Ranger Station at Barnes Point near the shore of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park on Saturday. The Barnes Point area is home to the Lake Crescent Lodge, which is open weekends and then daily beginning April 29, as well as the NatureBridge environmental science park and the trailhead to Marymere Falls. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Storm King walkabout

Matthew Carter of Sequim walks his dogs Roxie and Izaak, right, past the Storm King Ranger Station at Barnes Point near the shore of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park on Saturday.

The Barnes Point area is home to the Lake Crescent Lodge, which is open weekends and then daily beginning April 29, as well as the NatureBridge environmental science park and the trailhead to Marymere Falls.

More in Life

Mental health classes offered

The National Alliance On Mental Illness Jefferson County will… Continue reading

Woodworking contest set Saturday

Port Angeles High School will host a cabinetmaking contest… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony soloist wins international prize

Ceremony to be held in Poland about a month after PA performance

Computer basics class offered twice this week

The Jefferson County Library will present “Computer Basics: Mouse… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Don’t get snippy about pruning trees

TODAY, WE ARE going to wrap up our short course on pruning.… Continue reading

Dr. Molly Parker,Chief Medical Officer of Population Health at Jefferson Healthcare
University women meet Saturday

Dr. Molly Parker will address a meeting of the… Continue reading

Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

A new bronze plaque recreates Arnold Friberg’s “The Prayer at Valley Forge” outside George Washington Inn. Co-owner Dan Abbott said he commissioned it from Minnesota artist Ross Pollard.
George Washington Inn adds bronze ‘Prayer at Valley Forge’

An iconic piece of art is now a permanent fixture… Continue reading

tsr
Volunteers sought for Dungeness tree planting

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe are seeking… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: What’s the difference between a church and a temple?

ONE OF THE distinctive faith traditions of The Church of Jesus Christ… Continue reading

Most Read