A Month Of Sundays: Day14 (#542)

I wonder why people spell the name of their town one way but pronounce it another way.  Like the town I am in now: Sequim, Washington.  I said See-quim like it is spelled.  They say Squim.  

“Squim” has totems everywhere.  I felt like I was visiting  a foreign land.











Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge a few miles from Squim encompasses a spit which is a narrow strip of land that juts 5 miles out into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

So I drove there and walked down a very steep hill out onto the spit which is basically a beach (about 30 feet wide) that is covered with very large pieces of driftwood, basically whole trees.



















I walked along enjoying the warmth of the sun, the sound of the waves lapping against the shore; unaware of the distance I was covering.   By the time I got back to my car, I had walked 8 miles.

Thankful for a beautiful sunny day and a good long walk ~






About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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10 Responses to A Month Of Sundays: Day14 (#542)

  1. Looks like a lovely day to explore! You are only a few hours west of me now over in Edmonds, WA. 😊

  2. nomaggsrush says:

    There’s a place in UK called Brewood – pronounced Brood

  3. Sher says:

    What an interesting place. Great pictures too. And you got SUN! how exciting!

  4. Connie T says:

    This place looks like Alaska. When I lived in Knoxville, they called it Knoxvull.

  5. Cee Neuner says:

    You definitely got your workout for the day. It also looks like you had the same beautiful day we had. Gorgeous totem poles. 😀

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