Here are my lavendar photos as I love Sequim, Washington – Melody
It’s that time of year again for celebrating that aromatic, purple flowering herb, Lavender. Each mid-July, visitors from across the country throng to Sequim, Washington, located on the Olympic Peninsula, home of acres of national forest, rain forests, a world-heritage national park, and enchanting coastlines rich in Native cultural history. Oh, and did I mention that Sequim (pronounced Squim) is the “Lavender Capital of North America”?
The lavender festival and faire lasts 3 days this weekend (July 19-21). There are actually two sites: The Lavender Farm Faire and the Sequim Lavender Festival. Both are readily accessible by a shuttle that runs passengers back and forth to both venues. One venue is a street-fair festival and the other “faire” is located in lovely Carrie Blake Park. Along with the myriads of local lavender growers’ products, you can feast your eyes upon acres of the lovely, purple blossoms with your own free…
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