Wednesday, August 24, 2016

On Leaving Sequim

Our last morning in Sequim
After three wonderful months in Sequim we find ourselves heading south.  Several family and personal issues now require our attention in California, otherwise I would be yet again extending our stay.

Never have I felt such a connection as with the people and place that is Sequim.  Many, many thanks to new found friends for making our visit so rewarding.

Steve, Dewey, Giovanni, Nancy, Rachael: Thank you for your friendship, for welcoming us into your community & lives, for your gifts of wisdom & compassion; you have been inspirational.  Daily, you are in our thoughts.

Thank you also to fellow RVers Phil & Cathy, Steve & Lorraine, Chuck & Linda, Doug & Karen; it was great meeting you.


Just for the record: As we start our homeward journey, my UltraGauge tells me that so far on this trip we have logged 4,190 miles over 144 days, with an average gas mileage of 10 mpg.


Monday, August 15, 2016

Front Row

We've moved between several different sites while staying at John Wayne's Waterfront Resort this summer, but most of the time we've been on the front row overlooking Sequim Bay.  Here we are in site #7.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

A large number!

Lunch at Dockside Grill, celebrating Jane's birthday.  Not that we're counting, but if we were, the tally would be a particularly large, significant, number!

Friday, August 12, 2016

Just Hangin' Around

Haven't had much to post lately - just been hangin' around Sequim and environs.

Sequim Bay at low tide
As ever, Joanie has been enjoying life in and around the Chinook:


Visited Lake Crescent:


Where dreads seem to be de rigueur:


Fooled around with a couple of art projects:

Self portrait "Keeping my eye on you" and "Waterlilies "
Ran across a neat little house with lots of acreage in which to swing a cat.  Hmmm, should we or shouldn't we that's the question.  Maybe too many issues to deal with, but oh so inviting.


Yep, life's pretty darn good in Sequim.