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Presented by
the Forks Chamber of Commerce
Written & Illustrated by
Vern Hestand III
which means in the Native Language
“H...
Sitka
Spruce Trees
Mount
Olympus
Elk Tracks!
What other tracks
can you find?
Coho
Salmon
Mick calls it “The Land of OM”
Th...
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Mick Dodge and the Lands of OM Activity Book

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Mick Dodge invites you to go on a quest in the
magical Lands of OM (Olympic Mountains).
Art, Illustrations and co-creator Vern Hestand III.

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Mick Dodge and the Lands of OM Activity Book

  1. 1. Presented by the Forks Chamber of Commerce Written & Illustrated by Vern Hestand III which means in the Native Language “Have a Nice Day!” Like the celtic knot seen here, life in the forest is endless and everything connects in some way to everything else. Take time to feel the flow of it! Don’t stop now! The Land of OM has many more treasures that YOU can experience: Official Mick Dodge Product • Mineral Creek Falls • Big Cedar Trail • Beautiful Ruby Beach • The Hoh River Trail • Kalaloch Beach Tidepools • Kalaloch Spruce Burls Forks Chamber of Commerce www.forkswa.com For more information, call 800-443-6757 The Frog Bog Mick’s Enchanted Rainforest Memorial Mick’s ‘Jumping Stump’ Cafe Adventure Store Time for Adventure! Mick’s Mail Box To HWY 101 Hall of Mosses
  2. 2. Sitka Spruce Trees Mount Olympus Elk Tracks! What other tracks can you find? Coho Salmon Mick calls it “The Land of OM” The Olympic Mountains are surrounded by beauty you have to smell and hear and touch to fully understand. Pouring waterfalls, deep shadows and carpeting moss all begin to paint a picture of a place where magic still exists. Mushroom Animal Tracks Fallen Log River Fish Bare Feet Native Art Spruce Tree Mossy Stump Banana Slug Bald Eagle 7 Hidden ‘s quest HERE WILD Adventuring with Mick Dodge Native Americans The Hoh Tribe has cared for the forests since ancient times. Their artwork depicts animals and places through symbolism in beautiful red, white and blue. Tell your own story by coloring Raven. Go on a QUEST To the right is a checklist of many living things from the rainforest. Find them below and check off the box under ‘here’. Then find them in the outdoors and check off the box under ‘wild’. Fill the checklist and complete the quest! Mick’s Feet “Follow your feet and let the Earth teach you” When you are barefoot in the forest, you pay better attention to your surroundings and your ‘roots’ dig into the dirt just like the trees. What does the forest teach you? Roosevelt Elk Bald Eagle Chanterelle Mushrooms River Beaver

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