Tag: Olympic Peninsula

Enjoying the Elements at Magnificent Ruby Beach

On our recent trip to Lake Quinault, we stopped by Ruby Beach on Washington’s wild and rugged coast. We took the short trail down, stopping to look through the trees at the beach below, which was mostly socked in by fog. At the end… Continue Reading “Enjoying the Elements at Magnificent Ruby Beach”

Wildlife from our Trip to Lake Quinault

For this week’s Sunday Stills Challenge, I thought I’d share from our recent trip to Lake Quinault on the Olympic Peninsula. Although most of the animals seemed to be tucked away for winter, I did see a lot of birds including crows. Yes, I… Continue Reading “Wildlife from our Trip to Lake Quinault”

A Peaceful Lake and a Magical Walk in the Rainforest – At Lake Quinault

Earlier this week we spent a few days at Lake Quinault and once again fell in love with the calm and beauty of the lake, and the magic of the rainforest. It was a perfect time to visit the Quinault Valley. We spent our… Continue Reading “A Peaceful Lake and a Magical Walk in the Rainforest – At Lake Quinault”

Some Favorite Photos for #Bloganuary

I haven’t participated much in #Bloganuary; for some reason the questions haven’t resonated with me. And I was going to skip this one too – as it is unanswerable. “What is your favorite photo you’ve ever taken?” Are you kidding me? A single photo??… Continue Reading “Some Favorite Photos for #Bloganuary”

Visiting the B & B Lavender Farm in Sequim

I LOVE lavender and have been growing it in my garden for the last 20 years, almost as long as the farms in Sequim, the self proclaimed lavender capital of North America. Located in the sunbelt of the Olympic Peninsula, the little town transformed… Continue Reading “Visiting the B & B Lavender Farm in Sequim”

Magnificent Views Sailing From Seattle

One year ago today we returned to Seattle from our second cruise. We’d left the Emerald City seven days before under cloudy skies fretting about the weather. Why had we booked so late? The answer was two-fold. First, to celebrate our anniversary. Second, it… Continue Reading “Magnificent Views Sailing From Seattle”

A Walk to Dungeness Spit

Did you know that Sequim is home to the longest natural sand spit in the U.S. and one of the longest in the world? Neither did I! Until we stopped at Dungeness Spit on our recent trip to Olympic National Park. Better late than… Continue Reading “A Walk to Dungeness Spit”

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