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Travel Blogs from Port Townsend
... The downtown waterfront and bluff are now designated as a National Historic District. Port Townsend is one of only three Victorian seaports in the U. S. on the National Register of Historic Places and the only one on the west coast.
The farmer’s market was on a street atop the bluff across from the library. We’re amazed at the size of the vegetables at these markets, especially the carrots. As we drove there we ...
... humour was refreshingly dry. When we returned we found Bella in bed watching Jess' iPad . . . our ex-baby-sitter evidently thought this was OK. So it is now Saturday night. Bella has been to gymnastics (a fabulous set-up with beams, rings, parallel bars etc), we've been to the local stables to book us in for some jumping and Jess has worked more magic emptying boxes. Separately, I've been fielding calls from the garage annoyed that I've been thoughtless ...
... seemed to go on forever (see video).
It was hard to believe that we had camped in a rain forest the night before.
After taking in the scenery and loading up on more groceries and firewood, we drove back up to our campsite, made some pasta and bread and enjoyed it by the campfire. It was early to bed. Tomorrow we leave for Coeur d' Alene, Idaho.
We headed to Port Townsend by taking Edmonds-Kingston Ferry to Kingston. It was an interesting 30 minute ride with wonderful scenery. We arrived on the island and drove north in scenery that was similar to Upper Michigan. Our first stop was the Visitor's Center in Port Townsend. They really cater to visitor’s and everyone is very friendly. We stopped at a local pizza place in a building constructed on ...
... the bike. We took special care across the Vantage bridge as all you Washington people know is some of the craziest wind in the world. Tomorrow we will leave here early and go to our final corner in Blaine, Wa. yea, then we will head home and hope to be there by lunchtime. Stay tuned we will give a final writing and summarize the trip. It will be hard to top, but we are working on something but I'm not letting the cat out of the bag, ...
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