While we were visiting my parents we drove to Sequim (skwɪm), WA. It's located in the rainshadow of the Olympic mountains so it receives very little rain in comparison to the rest of western Washington.
The climate is excellent for growing things and when we've visited before we've picked raspberries and wandered around the lavender farms but this time we had one mission and one mission only: to go to Olympic Game Farm.
We've been there before but E was tiny at the time and slept through the whole thing. I knew he and Mimi would love it this time around and they had a blast feeding the deer/yaks/buffalo bread from the car windows.
The thing that most impressed me this time around was the smell of buffalo drool. It was quite memorable :-)
There are some pictures from our previous visit here.
Labels: family outings, travel