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Gateway to the Olympic Peninsula

Sequim is the Gateway to the Olympic PeninsulaAs we settle into 2017, it’s time to start looking at and appreciating the charmed life we lead in Sequim. If you don’t already live here, perhaps it’s time you join us? There are many significant reasons to move to Sequim. The obvious one that most people talk about is weather, and the infamous “blue hole” in which Sequim resides. While that is certainly fantastic and an important part to life here, that’s not all there is. Sequim is also considered a gateway to all of the incredible destinations further west on the Olympic Peninsula.  In Sequim, you get all of the amenities of modern life:  High quality doctors, good schools, a vibrant community culture, plenty of stores and restaurants, and an active retired community. From there, your journey is only just beginning.  Continue Reading

Enjoy the Winter in Sequim

Winter Activities SequimSequim, known as a respite from the typically gray and rainy Pacific Northwest, is a wonderful place to be during the winter.  So many of us tend to stay indoors, out of the harsh elements of winter.  But in Sequim, we have the chance to do exactly the opposite. Whether you’re looking for traditional winter activities, such as skiing, snowshoeing, and sledding, or whether you just want to take a quiet walk through nature this winter, Sequim has what you’re looking for.  It doesn’t matter what the weather does in Western Washington; there’s always something to do in Sequim.  Come fall in love with the charms of the Olympic Peninsula; you won’t want to leave! Continue Reading

Sequim is a Gateway to the Olympic National Park

Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, WashingtonThe vast wilderness of Olympic National Park is a place where our planet’s bountiful diversity is on constant display.  Within these million acres of park land, visitors will find thousands of years of human history and a fascinating range of ecosystems, from glacier-capped mountains and old-growth rain forests, to 70+ miles of rugged coastline.  The Olympic National Park is a destination in and of itself, and Sequim is the gateway to these wild lands. Whether you plan to travel to the highest peaks, wander into the deepest parts of the forest, or explore the wild coastal lands,  this World Heritage Site won’t leave you disappointed.  Whether for a few hours, days or weeks, come join the millions of people visit the park each year. Continue Reading