Posts from ‘April, 2011’

Go Fishing on the Olympic Peninsula

From east of Sequim to Port Angeles and around the Olympic Peninsula out toward Forks is some fantastic fishing.  Some of the hot spots include the Sol Duc River, Hoh River, Bogachiel River, Calawah River and Quileute River, and here’s proof there really are some BIIGGGGGGG fish: This client caught this beautiful little guy in […]

Attend a Master Gardener Clinic

Why not attend a Sequim Master Gardener Clinic?  Master Gardeners is made up of local volunteers who share their gardening knowledge and passion with each other and the community.  They undergo an intensive 7-8 week training program and then take a minimum of 10 hours of on-going education each year to learn the newest techniques, […]

Walk Your Dog in Robin Hill Park

Robin Hill Park is a 195 acre park maintained by Clallam County and is almost hidden from public view.   It is located on the west side of Sequim, and many people come to walk their dogs on the miles of trails that wind through the trees.  But you don’t have to own a dog.  […]

Go Barn Hopping

Go Barn Hopping in Sequim.  I kid you not.  The Olympic Peninsula has more old barns than you can count, and if you love looking at barns that are over 100 years old, you’ll have a blast driving around Sequim and enjoying the many different styles and ages of our barns.  I love photography, and […]

Watch the Fights at the 7 Cedars Casino

Excitement will be waiting for you at the 7 Cedars Casino if you like to watch the intense fights of mixed martial arts.  These fights have taken boxing to entirely new levels, and you don’t want to blink, because you might miss a TKO or a fast submission.  Mixed martial arts involves the best of […]

Run the Sequim Marathon

Why not run the Sequim marathon?  Or the Sequim half-marathon.  Sequim has many exciting recreational events, including the Northern Olympic Discovery Marathon, an annual running event that draws runners from all over the U.S., and last year from as far away as Sweden. The Discovery Marathon has a really great website with everything you could […]

Hike the Olympic National Park

The Olympic National Park is one of nature’s most beautiful attractions on the Olympic Peninsula.  You can enter the park near the Elwha River about a 10 minute drive west of Port Angeles.  Once you pay the entrance clerk the fee of $15, unless you have a season pass, you drive a few miles into […]

Stay at a Sequim Bed and Breakfast

Enjoy this Sequim Bed and Breakfast, which is between Sequim and Port Angeles with an unbelievable water view for guests.  This is such an elegant B&B, and the hosts, Dan and Janet are the kindest hosts you’ll ever meet.  Staying at this B&B would be fun even if you already lived in Sequim or Port […]

Take a Ferry Ride from Sequim to Seattle

You can take a wonderful afternoon trip from Sequim to Seattle by catching a walk-on Ferry on Bainbridge Island.  You take a one hour drive from Sequim to Bainbridge Island, park your car and walk onto the Ferry which delivers you right downtown Seattle as you can see in this photo I took from the […]

Shop at Sunny Farms – Sequim’s Organic Farm Fresh Food

Shop at Sunny Farms in Sequim.  This is an adventure in itself, and if you love very good organic vegetables and all kinds of fresh organic food, you’ll love this family owned small town grocery store. Sunny Farms Sunny Farms Delicious Sunny Farms in Sequim is unquestionably Sequim’s most popular organic health food store.  Its […]