The Coast Guard spotted the dock on Tuesday on a wilderness beach in Olympic National Park.
What does OLYM stand for?
OLYM stands for Olympic National Park (US National Park Service)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Hardcover E78 Editor Wray, an anthropologist with the National Park Service at Olympic National Park in Washington, gathers work on the traditions and artistry of basket making as practiced by Native American tribes in northwestern Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
Witnesses said Mr Boardman, 63, had stopped for lunch in the Olympic National Park in America's Washington State when the beast moved towards them.
Despite 12 feet of rain a year, the Hoh and nearby town of Forks are newly hot destinations; the town's tourism is set to quadruple in 2009, and Olympic National park attendance is u by 157,000.
com's National Parks site features an initial five "Can't-Miss National Parks" with photos and comprehensive details for Grand Canyon National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Glacier National Park, Olympic National Park and Yosemite National Park.
But when I heard that a man living near Olympic National Park was focusing his efforts on the importance of natural silence, it struck a chord.
00 - " One Square Inch of Silence is more than a book; it is a place in the Hoh Rain Forest, part of Olympic National Park - arguably the quietest place in the United States," says Gordon Hempton, who has traveled the world as an acoustic ecologist, creating Emmy award-winning recordings of natural sounds.