At Olympia I picked up US 101 which goes around the Olympic Peninsula and down the Pacific coast to California. I made a few stops along the way, including Shelton to pay a quick visit to the Mason County Historical Museum and the visitor center in front of the Post Office where there is a restored logging train.
I stopped at a pretty scenic view point to have lunch and then continued north to Sequim (pronounced "Skwim") to spend the night at Rainbow's End RV Park. It's a good thing I called them to make reservations because I got the last available site. The park managers are from Houston.
Sequim is the Lavender Capital of North America. They had their annual festival last month. It also is known as the "Rain Shadow" town.