Morgan Colone,l who runs Olympic Raft and Kayak, has had to stop taking clients for rafting trips on the Elwha River because of the dangers of debris left behind after dam removal. Here he is trying to pull up a piece of rusted metal from the Elwha Dam.
Morgan Colone,l who runs Olympic Raft and Kayak, has had to stop taking clients for rafting trips on the Elwha River because of the dangers of debris left behind after dam removal. Here he is trying to pull up a piece of rusted metal from the Elwha Dam. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times
Morgan Colone,l who runs Olympic Raft and Kayak, has had to stop taking clients for rafting trips on the Elwha River because of the dangers of debris left behind after dam removal. Here he is trying to pull up a piece of rusted metal from the Elwha Dam. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times

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