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Sequim Climate Between Alaska and Nevada
I finished raising my children in Sequim from 1994, and prior to that we lived in Las Vegas for five years, and prior to that seven years in Spokane, and prior to that 22 years in Alaska where I grew up. I hereby testify that the weather and climate in Sequim is precisely between the two extremes found in Nevada and Alaska.
I do not miss 70 degrees below (Farenheit) in Tok, Alaska, nor the ice fog that greatly reduces visibility on the streets of Fairbanks at 50 degrees below. We burned 10 cords of wood every winter, and guess who had the privilege of cutting and splitting the wood? I loved it.
Nor do I miss 115 degrees in the sunny climate of Vegas. I've been a jogger my whole life, and running daily in the desert heat at 90 to 110 degrees was . . . well, it was sweaty. But I loved it.
But there's nothing like the in-between. We have the Olympic Mountains, we have the rain forest, and we have sunshine down here near the water. Talking about water, we have more beautiful water front property here than any place I lived in Alaska or Nevada.
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