Due to a mix-up in our reservation, instead of staying in Port Townsend (WA), we had to find an RV park quickly.
Now for someone who makes reservations between two and six months in advance, being required to find a spot in a couple of hours is a challenge.
But while I was settling up our cancellation, Kate found an ideal spot in Sequim (pronounced “skwim”) about 20 miles west of Port Townsend. Here we met Lee and Beth, two of the friendliest and most helpful park managers we have met in our travels. We were given the last remaining site in this small oasis and ended the evening believing that all the events of the day were meant to be.
Sequim is tucked between the Olympic Mountains to the southwest and the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north coast. The three photos below show the view toward the mountains from the RV park.