This past weekend was the Memorial Day weekend. Memorial Day is a holiday where Americans remember soldiers who died serving the country’s armed forces.
My family decided to go camping. The drive was about 3 hours and we arrived in Taholah, an Indian/Native American reservation near Ocean Shores. For those of you unfamiliar with Indian reservations, it’s an area of land managed by a Indian/Native American tribe under the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Taholah is a reservation that is part of the Quinault Indian Nation.
We arrived in Taholah because my dad wanted to go fishing. The best part of Taholah were the dogs. They had a no-leash law, meaning your dogs don’t have to be on leashes. This meant that dogs are free to roam the town and we came across two dogs that really liked us!