Cruising Alaska, July 2007 - Victoria-Seattle-Whitehorse
Our intention was to stay at Port Townsend, but it turned out that it was their annual jazz festival weekend and there was no place to stay, so we went to the
Chamber of Commerce and found a room at the Sequim Bay Lodge, 17 miles west. It turned out to be decent, basic
accommodation, though the phrase "hot tub" that attracted me to their ad turned out to be "hot tub suites" rather than one I could use, and the Internet access didn't work.
That afternoon we discovered the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge (the New Dungeness Light Station is seen here) as well as good shopping and dining in Sequim (pronounced "skwim"). We soon decided that this vibrant community is a place that we'd enjoy spending our winters in.
This photograph is © 2007 by Murray Lundberg, and is not to be copied without express permission.