Miriam Grebe of Salinas, Calif., snapped this photo in Sequim that was selected for Reader’s Digest’s “17 Best Snapshots from Road Trips Across America,” an annual reader snapshot contest, highlighted in the publication’s July 2019 edition. “My cousin and I drove through a wildlife exhibit where you can feed the animals from your car. This yak must have been really hungry, because he stuck his whole head through the window!” Grebe wrote. See www.rd.com/advice/travel/roadtrip-reader-photos for more top “Road Trips” snapshots. Photo courtesy of Reader’s Digest, Copyright © 2019, reprinted with permission of Trusted Media Brands, Inc., Copyright © 2019

Miriam Grebe of Salinas, Calif., snapped this photo in Sequim that was selected for Reader’s Digest’s “17 Best Snapshots from Road Trips Across America,” an annual reader snapshot contest, highlighted in the publication’s July 2019 edition. “My cousin and I drove through a wildlife exhibit where you can feed the animals from your car. This yak must have been really hungry, because he stuck his whole head through the window!” Grebe wrote. See www.rd.com/advice/travel/roadtrip-reader-photos for more top “Road Trips” snapshots. Photo courtesy of Reader’s Digest, Copyright © 2019, reprinted with permission of Trusted Media Brands, Inc., Copyright © 2019

Milestone: Impressive Sequim pic gets Reader’s Digest pick

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