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Travel Blogs from Port Townsend
... reminds me of the days I stayed with my friend in the country and got to help with the chores, feed the animals and assist with the birth of a calf (definitely a highlight).
I am proud of myself today for reaching my destination without getting lost. I tried to take part of this route in 1995 and ended up on Interstate 5 after getting severely lost in the countryside. I am so glad I made it Dow highway 9 as it ...
... a stop at Sully’s Hamburger. Now Frommer’s said this was one of the few good places to get something to eat in Forks, but I would say the burger was just OK. Alison did say that she thought the restaurant was set in one of the Twilight movies so we can now check that off on the Twilight tour. As we traveled through Forks, we saw their tourism center where Bella’s trucks were sitting out front. Now we didn’t stop ...
... later, trying to balance on the front of her shoes so her heels didn't sink into the soft ground (mud), carrying an umbrella and a bouquet.
The biggest thing Sarah remembers about the wedding was the loving, tear-filled look in Benny's eyes as he recited his vows and we both held an umbrella up together, Sarah using her grip to partly keep her balance in the grass.
Annmarie read a letter from Benny's brother, Evan, ...
... All went well until we tried to finish one of the aprons that was a knit blend of some sort and her machine just didn't want to stitch evenly. How frustrating after tearing out the seam several times, trying different needles and wanting it perfect since it was for a gift! At least it was the day we were going out to eat for my 60th birthday so we didn't have to make dinner.
I had decided I was hungry for Chinese or similar and Port Townsend has 3 ...
... in general and offering helpful tips when I get to that point of purchasing one.
Once at Suquamish, we gathered in the rain to hear the Honorable Leonard Forsman welcome us to Suquamish and the site of the Old Man House - a Suquamish longhouse that had been burnt by the federal government to disperse the tribe and later seized for planned fortifications to protect the Bremerton shipyards. A portion was operated as a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking