Family Fun in Sequim @ Dungeness Valley Creamery

My aunt and cousins are visiting the Olympic Peninsula for a spring break getaway, so I took them to one of my favorite places, Dungeness Valley Creamery, to see the baby cows (and to buy milk, of course). 

Luckily the cows were out and they were as adorable as could be, just like they are every week when we make a milk run. I think they enjoyed the new visitors, too.

These are some of the new baby cows that have cycled in since my last photo posting about Dungeness Valley Creamery. Captions are added beneath each photo, including names of cows. 

Should you find yourself visiting the North Olympic Peninsula, in particular Sequim, and looking for something that's (1) family friendly (2) for all ages (3) that you won't find everywhere else and (4) is free (although it is good karma to patronize the store), stop by Dungeness Valley Creamery for farm-fresh milk and goodies, and to see these little cuties.
Silly Dilly
Morgan strikes a pose
Morgan was all smiles
Happy cows come from Dungeness Valley Creamery
Dilly being silly
I see you
Dilly-lickin' good
The line-up
Pretty Nia
Life is tasty at the Creamery
Nelah is waiting for you to visit!

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