Category Archives: Olympic Peninsula

Delectable Dining Meets Coastal Wining on Washington’s Olympic Culinary Loop

PORT ANGELES, Wash.— The Olympic Culinary Loop is a Pacific Northwestern treasure – a familiarity to the senses in a region that seems worlds away.  Reflecting the diverse microclimates, coastal proximity and Native American heritage that characterize the Olympic Peninsula, Olympic Coast Cuisine is a combination of fruits, vegetables, herbs and berries, locally hunted game, bountiful local...
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Wildlife, Wildflowers and Wild Adventures in Sequim, Washington’s Secret Gem

PORT ANGELES, Wash.— Washington’s Olympic Peninsula boasts quaint port towns and adventures around every dock, and the town of Sequim is no exception. With a population of 6,600 residents, Sequim is surrounded by natural beauty and offers a friendly small town feel. With more days of sunshine than anywhere else in Western Washington, Sequim is protected from the rain...
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