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Ever had the urge to eat a sea creature that resembles a giant, uncircumcised penis?* No? You have no idea what you’re missing out on.
Read all about my day digging for geoduck clams on Seattle’s Olympic Peninsula right here!
*At a recent dinner with friends, my friend Laura, who was deep into a bottle of wine, said, “Hey, tell Maryann about, whaddaya call it? Digging for dicks! That’s a great story.”
[Photo love: Langdon Cook]
Got geodick…er, duck?
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