The Dungeness Spit Park – Repost

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I wish I could tell you that it had miraculously let up and I had an opportunity to take this photo at the “Dungeness Spit Recreation Park”. Sadly, it’s from my archieves. I think I am getting web feet. Now some of you might think…but you live in Washington…why are you complaining? Actually I live in “Sequim”, WA, the banana belt of the Olympic Peninsula. Our rain fall ususally averages 17 to 19 inches a year.

Missing Something? Repost

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Here is my story… the boots fell out of someone’s truck. A kind hiker found them in the parking lot and hung them on the tree in case someone came back looking for them.
What’s your version?

PS. Today is my son-in-law’s 30th birthday. Not everyone can claim to have a perfect son-in-law, but 99% of the time…mine is A+ perfect.

The Trail at DWR – Repost

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The trail at the refuge is snow covered at the moment. Yet, at any time the park is open you will find people and their dogs taking a hike. it’s the perfect place to go with views of large and small ships. On a good day you can see Port Angeles, and one of my favorite places to visit, Victoria. I’ve broken the rules today to show you two pictures; the first one on an overcast day and the second, almost in the same place but facing the other direction, bathed in sunshine.
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