Good Fences ~ George Washington Inn

Food & George Wash Inn 078The George Washington Inn is situated on the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Port Angeles and Sequim with views of the Olympic Mountain Range in Washington State on the Olympic Peninsula. It’s a great choice for a getaway with easy access to Hurricane Ridge and the Olympic Mountains or Dungeness Bay. The third weekend every July Sequim is known for their wonderful lavender festival. This would be a great spot to overnight for the festival.

Food & George Wash Inn 063My daughter, girlfriend and I attended a George Washington Tea here on Washington’s birthday in February a couple years ago. On that day we were treated to a rainbow looking out the back of the Inn and onto the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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George Washington Inn 032We were happy that George Washington was the special guest at the tea in his honor.

I will be linking up with TexWisGirl at Run A Round Ranch for Good Fences #12.

 My Feedly source has been attacked for the second time in 2 days and I’m not getting my usual updates on the blogs I enjoy visiting. They are working on developing some protection and getting back online. If I haven’t visited you can blame it on the attacker!

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

14 thoughts on “Good Fences ~ George Washington Inn

  1. wow! just a beautiful area! thanks for sharing these!

    i finally got frustrated with poor feedly and switched to bloglovin this morning – thankfully i had gotten an export of my feeds from feedly yesterday afternoon before it crashed again so could easily upload to bloglovin. 🙂

    • I tried bloglovin but don’t really care for it. I”m pretty sure they are susceptible too. Hopefully feedly has it figured out. These attackers need to get caught and be made accountable.

  2. What a gorgeous location! I’ve never been in that part of the country. I would love to travel there some day.

    So glad George was able to attend his own tea! 😉

  3. Feedly is working now. Again. I can’t believe they attacked two days in a row. Or maybe I can.

    Meanwhile, these are lovely images!

  4. Ellen, thanks for sharing your visit up here to the inn with your friends. We remember your visit for Afternoon Tea on that blustery day in February a few years back! George still makes his rounds on his birthday and also for the lavender weekend when we go all out for lavender farmer association’s Heritage Lavender Farm Tour. Here’s a photo album of our event last summer, taken from the inn’s cupola: http://georgewashingtoninn.wordpress.com/2013/07/18/ready-for-sequim-lavender-weekend/. Hope you can make it back up our way again!

  5. I love these shots, the Inn is gorgeous. A lovely property in a beautiful area.. Hubby and I hope to visit this area next year. Beautiful photos.

  6. Lovely to see the rainbow! I don’t blame you, Ellen, but I’m not feeling too kindly about what’s going on with Feedly. Hope that they can sort it out.

  7. I was hampered by Feedly being down the last two days, too. So glad they are back and hope they don’t have more attacks. What a lovely inn you visited, overlooking the strait and our island somewhere in there. Beautiful shots of the water and rainbow.

  8. Oh, good grief, that’s beautiful!!! Just breathtaking!!! One of the hallmarks of our historic neighborhood is the long line of white fencing. Ours is dwarfed compared to this!!! Our homes look like a NY studio apartment compared to the homes pictured here, too! 🙂

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