There’s a good reason why we chose to head this way on a weekend. When Becca and Mike moved to this area a year and a half ago we promised we’d visit and Sunday seemed a fine option for folks who work M-F. And it means that we have local guides for our visit to Olympia, Washington. Our first stop was Cascadia Grill, a favorite of their’s and a place to which we’d love to return. Our server, Michael definitely took our experience to the next level. We made our choices based on his recommendations and were well pleased.  There was discussion of the history of the building and whether it was haunted, but certainly the vase that suddenly crashed to the floor within inches of Steve’s foot had nothing to do with a ghost!

The other Olympia adventure of the day was visiting the Bigelow House Museum, open for tours only on Sunday afternoons. Our tour guide, Joe, did an amazing job of steeping us in the history of the Bigelow family and of the city of Olympia from the 1850’s forward.



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  1. Rebecca

    We had such a wonderful Sunday visiting with you! Certainly some of our favorite Washington memories thus far!


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