Public Lands (no politics)

The first thing that blew my mind moving to the West was the vastness of the place and how much of that land is public, including national forest land.  We are blessed to be within an hour’s drive to several national forests in Washington and Oregon.  Only a little longer drive to national forests in Idaho and Montana. 

Came across this short video in one of the fishing blogs I follow put out by nationalforests.org.  It speaks for itself and invites everyone to come out and play on our public lands.

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