Last Sequimie Trip

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The first week of April we went for our Annual Sequim trip. Usually we go with my mom and sister, but unfortunately for us, they couldn’t make it this year. Seeking sunshine, beautiful vistas and golf challenges, we always find those in Sequim. So we stayed at our favorite little cottage place, Dungeness Bay Motel. The view from our little studio is sublime. Out across from us is the Dungeness spit and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Plus all along Marine Drive that parallels the bay were tall scraggly trees housing about 15 eagles. How cool is that!
http://dungenessbaycottages.com/  (Photos of Bay and Room are from the Dungeness Bay website.)

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We thought we’d visit the 3 Crabs restaurant while we were there. Not necessarily for the best food around but for the nostalgia and great views of the water. However, to our dismay it was leveled. Truly. As we drove up the restaurant was nonexistent, almost as if it had never been, except the concrete pads where it had stood along with a few out buildings till remained. They sold it to the State so it could be reclaimed, reworked, and returned to a natural habitat. How cool is that!

We had a wonderful time golfing at Gold Mountain, then at Cedars at Dungeness and finally at White Horse on the way home. Neil saw this great graphic carving  at the Cedars that he had me take a picture of for him to use as his profile picture. I sent it to my niece to share and she thought it was perfect for him, but I mentioned it was minus glasses so she fixed that and sent it back. How cool is that!

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So hasta luego Sequim. Perhaps we will see you again someday.

love,

moni and neil

 

 

 

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2 responses to “Last Sequimie Trip

    • Yes, it is! It is off the Dungeness Bay Cottages website. That is what we see when sitting at the little table or on the couch…I’m just realizing I didn’t give them credit. They get ALL the credit. The pic of the inside of the room is from their website too. John and Karin are fabulous proprietor’s of the cottages.

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