Spot the Difference!
Ever picked up a newspaper or puzzle book and found your eyes jumping back and forth as you compare two almost identical photos or drawings? Play the game below to see if you can notice the difference in the two photos.
Seemed pretty easy, didn't it?
The Larry Scott Trail, which goes coast to coast on Washington's Olympic Peninsula from Port Townsend on Admiralty Inlet to Discovery Bay, now boasts Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail signs and markers.
Making that slight change - getting a sign up - didn't just take a quick minute with a power drill. It took days, weeks, months; surveying the trail to know where direction was needed, documenting proposed additions to existing trail signs, pursuing permits, coordinating time schedules for installation all took time. Singing a trail is more than Jeff Selby, Peninsula Trails Coalition Vice President, assisting PNTA's Reed Waite for two hours on the trail April 28
th. It's advice from Jeff Chapman of the Back Country Horsemen of Washington, quick action by Jefferson County's
Engineering Tech Mara Dotson and
Assistant Public Works Director
Eric Kuzma, and a box of signs handed off by Matt McGrath of the US Forest Service.
Now that the trailhead sign on the Larry Scott, Olympic Discovery, and Pacific Northwest Traillook complete on this eight mile section of the 1,200 mile National Scenic Trail, what's next? Planning is just starting on the section to the west, the six mile Eaglemount missing link to the Olympic Discovery Trail with its daunting topographic challenges. It'll be nice to 'spot the difference' when that is completed...years from now.
Jeff Selby does the honors by affixing the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail mark.
Photo by Reed Waite.