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Sequim Bay State Park, Washington

For starters, I will never say this state parks name right, all the locals were laughing at the hubby & me for our punctuation.

We did think we saw a seal, floating around but by the time we got there to the water front it had completely disappeared. pooh. The sunset & sunrise here was this state park was just gorgeous. fabulous!! We will be returning to this park for sure. LOVED IT!! Lots of hiking to be done at this park, great exercise.

Please enjoy the vlog from that night into the next AM. Beth ( :


eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth. wonderful photos of Sequim Bay. Hubby and I stopped at this park for a looksie too. The trails did look nice. Great photos and video. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
EG CameraGirl said…
Memories of a much warmer time of year. ;))
TexWisGirl said…
beautiful! love the fence scene in the 2nd shot against that color and water!
Linda Kay said…
Such lovely pictures of the water and the boat anchored there. Have a great weekend.
William Kendall said…
What a beautiful place!
Rose said…
Beautiful, beautiful. I just wanted to be there to see what the video showed.
Oh what incredible photos too bad about the seal. Hug B
Wouldn't it be nice to be there on a cold day, but only if it was as warm there as it looks in your photos! xx
Ruth Hiebert said…
You share such beautiful places.Thank you.
Michelle said…
This does look like a beautiful place!
Lorrie said…
Sequim Bay is just across the water from where I live. We've drive by, but never stopped. Such a beautiful place.
Stephanie said…
A beautiful place!
genie said…
Could you please get away from WA. Every time you post about it, I get nostalgic for Ridgie and his family. I will not fly out there anymore because the Sardine City seats are killers on my back and I cannot stand the pain. We are freezing here. 2 feet and it is going to turn to ice tonight. I bet school do not go back for a week. Wanted to build an igloo but will reconsider that for tomorrow. That face plant did it for me today. Hope you all thew out soon. Aston Mt. looks like a horror story with wrecks everywhere.
Debbie said…
Wonderful blues and hues, a pretty bay and sailboat image!!
don said…
These are beautiful water shots. I always wish we had a pronunciation guide with unusual words to help us pronounce them correctly,
Beautiful skies! I love the sound of the waves against the shore. Take care!
Tanya Breese said…
beautiful! love that last shot!! how much snow did you get?
Khush Interis said…
I love this place. I had an event here back in May last year and I felt like it was a perfect day for us! The venue New York provides you with an event Specialist as part of your package which is extremely helpful. Plus all of us dressed up only added to the entire ambience.

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