TWIN PEAKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TWIN PEAKS ROAD “TRIP” ENDS – BUT THE STORY CONTINUES!

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THE REAL TWIN PEAKS!

Here’s another view of the opening shot of the series, you can see the road at the bottom right. It was a misty hazy day when we left Twin Peaks and the sun cast a pastel yellow in the sky. 

It was sad to leave this place that I could easily call home, but we had reservations in Vancouver and had to hit the road.

Suffice it to say that this was a highly memorable surreal “trip” that enriched my deep love for the series and I am so thankful to have made the pilgrimage right off the tail end of the series’ unfortunate ending.

But this is not the end, it is only the beginning, I have amassed a decent amount of Twin Peaks memorabilia and rare items to archive on this site, so please come back and visit the Surreal and the Real of the Twin Peaks World.

TWIN PEAKS LIVES!

MAY THE FOREST BE WITH YOU!

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TWIN PEAKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MY RESIDENCE IN TWIN PEAKS . . . . . . . 119 STEEPLEJACK ROAD

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Once we subscribed to the Twin Peaks Gazette the Mayor of Twin Peaks, Dwayne Milford, welcomed us to the community and issued us our official Residence Association address.

We have a nice little A-frame nestled in the pines at 119 Steeplejack Road, just south of Lakeside Drive and west of Sparkwood; far enough outside of town to be secluded but close enough for a short drive to the Double R Diner for coffee and donuts every morning!