Eight PSCS students along with staff members Scobie and Tanya and fearless volunteer Duncan Moore spent last Friday on an ambitious hike deep into the Olympic Mountains. Starting in the dark hours of the morning, the 11 hikers took the ferry to the Olympic Peninsula and drove up the Deer Park Road through the cloud layer that blanketed the entire Puget Sound region. The rest of the day was spent thousands of feet above the top of the cloud layer in bright sunlight on the Grand Ridge Trail at altitudes averaging 6,000 ft. A celebratory dinner at a highway diner was followed by a long drizzly ride back to an evening ferry into the city. If you are going on vacation you could look up Camper Van Finder, you can rent an RV near you.