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4/25/2009--Union, WA, USA..Adam and Vicki Chilton, who live near the Hood Canal, gather and taste fresh oysters in the Twanoh State Park during a low tide. The Hood Canal is a glitteringly beautiful 60-mile long fjord and the western waterway of Puget Sound, located about an hour and a half outside Seattle. With the snow-clad Olympic Mountains as a backdrop and beaches bristling with oysters, clams, mussels, and crabs, it's ripe for a shellfish safari...©2009 Stuart Isett. All rights reserved.