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Now here I am in Port Townsend driving myself batty with all kinds of details that all travelers, especially those that want to pack to light and do slow travel( day trips from a few chosen places) must take care off. It is hard to leave this beautiful little town where I have spent 12 years now. ...
... their breakfast of Cheerios and toast. Oliver gave her his barely awake morning smile. Let me tell you a story I dreamed about last night, the story I call The woman in the wind. A woman only has one life to live or perhaps several, this story is about a woman. Ordinary for the most part, but has the ability to travel the planet in her spirit. The story begins, when she was out walking to her favorite spot under the Oak tree, there was quite a gust of wind. That ...
... Pot special of boiled crab, prawns, potatoes, fish skewers, corn, mussels, and so on…It reminded me of a good ole low country boil with a few different ingredients. The food arrived shortly thereafter, and I must say the shrimp tacos were my favorite meal on the entire trip. They were fresh with subtle kick of spiciness to them. The most impressive part of the meal though was the sheer quantity of the **** pot special. When they dumped ...
... Dean learned to play so now we have one more family member that's up to the challenge whenever we can fit a game or two in. We decided to take the 8:55 ferry from Bainbridge Island so we left the house by about 7:15 after big hugs and quick good-byes. Bethany took us to the ferry and then we walked to the Metro Link station to catch the train to the aiport for a 12:55 am flight. Not only was it the cheapest day for us to fly but it also allowed us to spend ...
... with small water ferries but also with seaplanes coming and going. Coupled with car and passenger ferries, there is a lot going on!
We then explored some of the smaller roads and finally had a coffee in a Dutch bakery shop which was delightful - a real taste of a bygone era and lovely coffee. On our way back to catch the Victoria express we were amused by a clever street performer who juggled with ...
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