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  • Mason County offers fun for the whole family!

    Come visit Mason County and Hood Canal. We are a fabulous recreation destination
    with lots of local culture and family fun! Check out www.explorehoodcanal.com to learn more.
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  • Part 2 High Steel Bridge-Flying Log WA state

    High Steel Bridge is a historic truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River in Mason County in Shelton, Washington State. It was built in 1929 by Simpson Logging Company as part of a logging railroad. 420 ft above South Fork Skokomish river on High Steel Bridge with its 750 tons of steel spanning 685 ft. Campgrounds are nearby like Brown Creek. Please subscribe thank you.
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  • Vance Creek Bridge

    The Vance Creek Bridge is an arch bridge in the Satsop Hills of Mason County, Washington that was built for a logging railroad owned by the Simpson Logging Company in 1929. At 347 feet (106 m) in height, it is the second-highest railroad arch in the United States after the nearby High Steel Bridge
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  • Lake Cushman, WA

    Lake Cushman, WA
    December 2011
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  • Lilliwaup Creek Mason County Washington

    Lilliwaup Creek in the fall
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  • Inspire 1 Flight at High Steel Bridge

    Shooting some 4k video (in the rain) using the DJI Inspire 1 at High Steel Bridge in Mason County, Washington.
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  • Vance Creek Bridge

    The Vance Creek Bridge is an arch bridge in the Satsop Hills of Mason County, Washington that was built for a logging railroad owned by the Simpson Logging Company in 1929. At 347 feet (106 m) in height, it is the second-highest railroad arch in the United States after the nearby High Steel Bridge
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  • Lilliwaup Creek Mason County Washington

    Lilliwaup Creek in the fall
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  • High Steel Bridge under Skokomish River Shelton WA Part 1

    High Steel Bridge is a historic truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River in Mason County in Shelton, Washington State. It was built in 1929 by Simpson Logging Company as part of a logging railroad. 420 ft above South Fork Skokomish river on High Steel Bridge with its 750 tons of steel spanning 685 ft. Campgrounds are nearby like Brown Creek. Please subscribe thank you.
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  • Part 2 High Steel Bridge-Flying Log WA state

    High Steel Bridge is a historic truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River in Mason County in Shelton, Washington State. It was built in 1929 by Simpson Logging Company as part of a logging railroad. 420 ft above South Fork Skokomish river on High Steel Bridge with its 750 tons of steel spanning 685 ft. Campgrounds are nearby like Brown Creek. Please subscribe thank you.
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