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Port Angeles & Sequim Bed and Breakfast
Oceanfront Lodging on Washington's Olympic Peninsula



Summer is finally here.  Really!  On August 20th we broke 70 degrees for the first time this summer here at the waterfront bed and breakfast–we actually hit 72.  Inland areas nearby were much warmer (in the 80′s!), but the Strait of Juan de Fuca is our natural air conditioner.

Along with summer come the fushcia and so many other colorful delights in full bloom in our gardens.   ~Bonnie

Fuschia at Sea Cliff Gardens

Fuschia at Sea Cliff Gardens


I snapped these pictures of Mt. Baker, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Sequim, and Port Angeles from the top of the Rain Shadow trail at Deer Park (elevation over 6,000 ft.).  The weather is so perfect this week, I couldn’t resist a short jaunt into the Olympic National Park.  From our waterfront b&b, it’s less than an hour’s drive to the top of the mountains. 

You can almost see our bed and breakfast in the second shot, next to the hill on the right!  ~Bonnie

View of Mt. Baker from Deer Park

View of Mt. Baker from Deer Park on the Olympic Peninsula

View of Sequim and Port Angeles from Deer Park

View of Sequim and Port Angeles from Deer Park


Sunrise over Dungeness Spit

August 12th, 2011

From our cliff, a guest captured this beautiful sunrise over the Dungeness Spit (which is the longest natural sand spit in the US) and the Strait of Juan de Fuca (which connects the Pacific Ocean to the Puget Sound).  In the distance you can see the outline of snow-capped Mt. Baker.

Thanks, Loraine!   ~Bonnie

Sunrise over the Dungeness Spit

Sunrise over the Strait of Juan de Fuca