We typically do not discuss TV shows, as we strive to inspire you to get outside and experience nature. We want you to turn off the TV and enjoy the world, but tonight, we make an exception. Airing at 10pm on the National Geographic Channel, we get the opportunity to see the story of a man who lives in the Hoh Rainforest region of the Olympic Peninsula.
The man, Mick Dodge, supposedly sleeps in stumps, hikes from the Olympic Mountains to the Cascades and lives off the land. Wearing only an elk cape and leather pants, Mick will be exploring the Hoh Region of the Olympic National Park and Forests barefoot, on cable. Yes, National Geographic is far from the natural juggernaut they used to be, but at the end of the day, seeing the rainforests of Washington State on TV is pretty cool.
- When else will you see the Hoh region through the lens of National Geographic?
- 10 p.m. tonight (Januray 7th, 2014) and Saturday, January 11th
- National Geographic Channel
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Hobbit Haven Mick travels to a hand-build forest estate. pic.twitter.com/md31JV9NVB
— Legend Of Mick Dodge (@MickDodgeLegend) December 24, 2013