Sunset Marine Resort

40 Buzzard Ridge Rd., Sequim, Washington, 98382, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 40 Buzzard Ridge Rd., Sequim, is near Graysmarsh Berry Farm and Olympic Peninsula Wineries.
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    Travel Blogs from Sequim

    Lazy wanderings near Sequim

    A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Sep 01, 2013

    7 photos

    It's Labor Day weekend and we have decided to wait til after the holiday to go into Olympic National Park...the weather is beautiful so we opted to take a walk on the Olympic Discovery Trail, a trail for hikers and bicycles along an old railway bed. We ended up at what they call ...

    From "Oh Wow!" Oregon & Washington to beautiful BC

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on May 15, 2013

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... American Civil War to guard the southern entrance to the Columbia River, Fort Stevens now forms part of the State Park of the same name. We drove there to look around briefly but apart from a few replica cannon and the remains of old garrison buildings not much remains of the once extensive fort. Its main claim to fame seems to be that it was the only place on mainland America to be shelled by an enemy in WW2 when a Japanese submarine got close enough to land a few rounds on ...

    Vancouver Island

    A travel blog entry by rianneok on Aug 18, 2012

    40 photos

    ... which was pretty interesting, and then we got to a place where water is coming down rocks at a temperature of 40 degrees. This is all natural, not man-made. It ended in the ocean, from which waves would come towards the hot springs, so at the boundary you could sit in a warm spot where you would be cooled off by cold water every now and then.

    On our way back we were taken to a cave which had a lot of starfish. Then we went to different rocks in the ocean which had ...

    Exploring Victoria

    A travel blog entry by stephalan on Sep 19, 2011

    ... and things there as well. There also happened to be a bead shop which I love! So we had a gander in there before heading back out into the street past a very elaborate drinking fountain which had three levels. One for Horses, one for humans and one for dogs! We spied a Salvation Army shop so dove in and had a look around – this time success! We found a pair of shorts that Alan liked and that were not too expensive. Problem was Alan had lost the peg that we needed ...

    Defeated by a little animal

    A travel blog entry by fatc on Aug 15, 2011

    ... den Sonnenschein, paddelten mit dem Gummiboot im riesigen Teich rum, fischten das erste Mal im Leben. Bis dieses verdammte Virus uns flachlegte. Mein Magen war so schwer, als ob er mit Steinen gefüllt wäre. Ich möcht keine Details über diese Episode schildern, aber wir lagen für zwei Tage flach, komplett ausser Gefecht. Sogar vier Tage später war unser Magen immer noch schwach.
    Am letzten Tag in Sequim fuhren wir zum Regenwald und an den Strand vo La Push.