We spent the majority of the day in Sequim before heading on the ferry to Victoria, BC. We had brunch at a quaint little restaurant with our friends and then headed to the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim to drive through and feed some of the animals. The girls were in one car and the all the boys were in the other car. We got to feed the yaks, llamas, zebras, deer, elk, and bison. It reminded us of the safari park in Japan. The animals came right to our windows and we fed them bread. We also got to see a beautiful male peacock and some bears but did not feed the bears since they were behind a safety fence. We spent most of the time in the car just laughing since it was kind of funny that we were feeding these giant animals from our car. The yaks and the bison were very slobbery. We ended up having to roll up our windows because they were too in our face. The kids loved the experience of a drive through zoo.
After the Olympic Game Farm we drove to some lavender fields and let the kids run up and down the fields. The lavender was in full bloom and just beautiful. There was even a quaint little shop where you could buy all things lavender. Our kids had fun with the Turella girls and all the girls fit on the gigantic Adirondack chair. Of course the chair had to be purple to match the lavender fields. Seeing this part of Washington really made me miss the beautiful flowers that the Northwest has to offer.