When words won’t do, take a picture or two. Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge in Sequim, WA, is picture-ready. Keep camera in hand and slot out a couple of hours for a stroll along the driftwood-drenched, finger-like sand dune that extends five miles and balances a lighthouse on its fingertip. There is no such thing as a lousy photo at this location.
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