Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites North Sequim
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... have left some plants unshorn for the benefit of tourists like us. My photos would be much more purple if we had been here in July when the blooming is at it's height. But it was still a delightful day learning about the distillation process, eating lavender flavored ice cream and enjoying the gardens and animals at the farm.
... I was going to say. I just gave up on talking after that, and let her do my nails. When I went to pay, they were still wet so I had to dig in my purse for cash and only found a $20 and the my nails were less than that, but they apparently could only take exact change, so I just sadly gave her the $20. That was a big tip for being late AND rude. Worked 7-9pm.
Ally* tapped me on the shoulder ...
Geysers and Springs in Yellowstone
The view of our final destination Vancouver
Ladies grossed out repeatedly by the yellow water in toilets.
Shan heard something funny n asked what it was, Jess said monster.
Awesome boat awesome boat
Jess screaming at the radio when the specific music comes on
Fountain motel 2hr room guy
Accidentally getting ...
... Trail right into Sequim Bay State Park.
Ok, a little lesson in pronunciation. Sequim is not pronounced like the eternally popular sparkly sequins, rather it's pronounced much like the motion a squid makes when swimming. squirm.
We met the 5 old guys (self proclaimed) at our new campsite. More on them later. You'll be shocked to learn that our campsite over looked a ...
... heat up the deck. The sun was following us to Cannuckland. We sat inside and tried to rest. I awoke to a pair of oddball, im assuming Canadian twin teen boys, acting like two exact copies of the two idiots from dumb and dumber. These two giggling maggots picked their noses deep to the pleasures of each then had a nugget rolling competition much to each others delight. Meeran and Nav looked on in absolute awe at tweedledee and ...