[CONTEST] Where am I? Season 1 – Episode 2: This week’s prize is an oil change from Price Ford Lincoln – www.priceford.com.

  • Thursday, April 21, 2016 12:01am
  • News


Sitting behind a desk all day can be boring. When he’s not publishing newspapers on the Olympic Peninsula, our publisher, Terry Ward, likes to explore the area.

Each week we’ll upload a short clip of an outing somewhere on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Your job?

Figure out where the video was shot. Email your guess, and the town you live in, to [email protected] by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 25.

All entries with the correct answer will be entered into a drawing for an oil change from Price Ford Lincoln.

Congratulations to Mary Jane Robins from Sequim. Mary Jane was one of the many readers who guessed Cape Flattery. All correct guesses were entered into a drawing and her name was selected for the oil change from Price Ford Lincoln.

Video: Click here!

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