I was just reminded again of why I love living in Sequim. I grew up in Tok, Alaska, a little town on the Alaska highway just 90 miles from the Canadian border. I just returned from a brief visit to Tok, and the cold, biting temperature already below freezing was a harbinger of more to come. Tok gets terribly cold in the winters, and it’s not at all unusual for the mercury to hit 70 degrees below zero at least once during the winter.
Coming back to Sequim and our mild climate was a welcome home coming. It may be autumn, but even our autumn is gorgeous while not being too cold.
Last Updated on October 1, 2009 by Chuck Marunde