Between your zebra-print negligee and your striptease workouts, nobody’s accusing you of being too uptight. But, uhm, Carmen Electra called. One look at those moves and she wanted her DVDs back.
May we suggest a less mortifying way to tap into your wild side? Trek to Sequim’s Olympic Game Farm, an 87-acre wildlife refuge a little over an hour away from the Bainbridge Island ferry.
Once a private training facility for four-legged Disney stars, the family-run farm’s driving tours make regular zoos seem totally tame. Escorted by a friendly flock of peacocks, you’ll get up close and personal with roaming buffalo and fallow deer and gaze (safely) through fences at black bears, African lions, and Bengal tigers.
Cages, by the way, are for sissies. Which means llamas may nudge your Jetta and an elk might stick his head in your car’s window.
But you won’t mind. Because life’s nothing without a little adventure.
So go ahead and answer the call of the wild.
Olympic Game Farm, 1423 Ward Road, Sequim (360-683-4295 or olygamefarm.com).