Strolling Around Sequim, Washington
To say Sequim, Washington is a hidden gem is as elusive as the title of the town itself. It was once believed Sequim meant, “quite waters,” but was later discovered by a tribal linguist to be wrong.
Timothy Montler, an expert in the study of dying languages has studied the Klallam language and interviewed elders. He determined the correct translation is, “place for going to shoot,” a reference to the Sequim-Dungeness Valley’s once-great elk and waterfowl hunting.
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Conversation With Someone You Should Know
This dialogue exchange was a fun! I was able to be witness to Zahira and the Rising Buffalo Tribe and to say I was moved with their performance would be a great loss of emotions. When I got to meet Zahira and invite her to the Chool Bus for a conversation, well we clicked. The rest was magic. She not only is a light worker and humanitarian she graces the realm of sound with her voice. Zahira is definitely, Someone You Should Know. Even with hearing her angelic voice, being in her presence was dancing in the realm of white light. I hope you felt the real compassion as I did. Find her on line and treat yourself to some bliss.
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Zahira is definitely, Someone You Should Know.
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