After some cursory research, I've come to the "conclusion" that the sunny part of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington is paradise (for a native Michigander who dislikes temperatures above 80 or below 20 degrees F) Sounds like a wonderful retirement destination, if not sooner. The problem is, I've never been there. I don't have any special vacation plans this year, so I'm thinking I could take a few days in late summer/early fall to check it out. So, what must be seen/done in, say, 4 days there? I figure 1 or 2 days in Seattle as well. Feel free to add any positive/negative feedback about the area. Thanks!