RFWH30: Travel Tuesdays- Olympia and Tacoma Washington, Exploring The Olympic Peninsula and Olympia National Park, Sequim Lavender Festival and Mt Rainier National Park

Episode 30

In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us in Olympia, Washington and follow along as we explore the Olympic Peninsula- from the Sequim Lavender Festival to Olympia National Park, the Hoh rainforest, Lake Crescent, Port Angeles, Forks and then head over to Mt. Rainier and discover waterfalls, breathtaking views, herds of elk and more!

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From this episode:

RV Park: Riverbend Campground, Olympia WA
Restaurant: Iron Rabbit, Olympia WA
Restaurant: Nourish, Sequim WA
Store: Nash’s Organic Produce, Sequim WA
Sightseeing: Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and Dungeness Spit, Sequim WA
Sightseeing: Rented a boat to Protection Island
Restaurant: Pacific Pantry, Sequim WA
Sightseeing: Lavender festival Sequim WA
Restaurant: Alder Wood Bistro, Sequim WA
Sightseeing: Purple Haze Lavender Farm, Sequim WA
Sightseeing: Fat Cat Garden & Gifts, Sequim WA
Restaurant: Fudds Fish & Chips, Sequim WA
Sightseeing: Olympic National Park
Sightseeing: Port Angeles, WA
Sightseeing: Hurricane Ridgeย  in Olympic National Park
Sightseeing: Lake Crescent and Dinner at Lake Crescent Lodge
Sightseeing: Forks, WA
Sightseeing: Hoh Rain Forest
Sightseeing: Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park
Sightseeing: Mt Rainier National Park
Restaurant: Paradise Inn Restaurant, Mt Rainier National Park
Store: Metropolitan Market, Tacoma WA
Restaurant: Dukes Chowder House Tacoma WA
Restaurant: Dockside Bistro & Wine Bar, Olympia WA
Store: Olyphant Art & Media, Olympia WA

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