Shed Boys On the very tip of Washington state's Olympic Peninsula lies the town of Port Townsend. There are people there that live in the woods, with no electricity or running water.

Shed Boys

Shed Boys

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On the very tip of Washington state's Olympic Peninsula lies the town of Port Townsend. There are people there that live in the woods, with no electricity or running water. They're known around town as great lovers. They're called Shed Boys and Shed Girls. Noah Adams tours Port Townsend, talks with locals and takes stock of the phenomenon.