Sequim, Washington


Leaving Fall City on August 7th meant saying goodbye to the Blocks till we see them in Florida at the end of the year.  We've enjoyed each other's company so much.  From there we drove down around through Tacoma and up across the Hood Canal bridge to Sequim, Washington where we parked in Ann Roberge's driveway for two nights.  Ann became Terry's aunt less than ten years ago when she married her Uncle George, who has since passed away.  Ann has raised miniature horses, so she's always made a hit with Gerry.  We visited them in Marysville, Washington in 1993 at their farm and have kept in touch.  Ann now owns a miniature mare and baby that she boards not far from where she lives and we were pleased to meet them, as well as Magic, her beautiful poodle.  Sequim is the Banana Belt of Washington, with wonderful weather most of the year and more sunshine that other parts of the state. 

Gerry with the baby.

Gerry with the mama and Ann with the baby.

Ann and Gerry by he RV in Ann's driveway in Sequim.