Today started with a wet tent, although I don't think it actually rained. I guess that's what happens when you sleep in a cloud-forest.
After shaking out the fly and getting packed up, we hit the trail, and for the first time in almost 200 miles it actually felt like I was hiking in the great state of Washington. Views were limited to a couple hundred feet, everything was wet with dew, and we were decked out in our rain gear. The situation didn't change much throughout the day, although we did see a few sun breaks with one actually passing across us for a brief moment. Despite being gray all day, it was still good. Perhaps my opinion will change, but for now, the gray is not so bad.
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