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As we had hoped to do, but didn't know til the last minute, we hopped on up to the Olympic Peninsula to visit our dear friends Wendy, Daniel and their son Ahanu in Port Townsend - known for being a wooden boat community. The last time I was here it was totally overcast and chilly, so it is so nice to have shorts weather and blue skies so we can enjoy he beauteous views of the islands, Cascades, Mt. Baker and Mt. Rainier along the horizon.
So nice to have a laid ...
... throne ‘South’ . . . sadly no-one took me up on my bet that even modern royalty wouldn’t call their son ‘South’. Missing you all and can’t wait to see you soon, Jess, Jason, Bella and Lilly.x PS. Jess has pulled everything together here (incl. photographs). As you may have gathered from the above, I am currently mobile ‘phone-less. Replacement should arrive on Wednesday and be back accepting calls / texts on the same number as before by ...
... always opt for assigned seating with a table of no less that 6 table mates. Relationships born out of eating at least one meal every day can be lasting and special. It was for us again this year, thanks to Art and Shelly from Minnesota/Arizona, Keith and Linda from Manchester England, and Jim and Carol from Beaverton, Oregon. New friends enrich our lives.
Till our next gathering on the high seas, goodbye for now,
Jack and ...
... ourselves that we were about to travel in a rental truck. That took a lot of fun out of the experience. We were just like every other tourist now.
We spent all day hitting up the touristy spots, walking all over the city. The beer and cheese samplers at the Pike Place Brewery was one of the highlights. Beer and food make everything better! At least we got to see some of the sights but we were done and ready to catch the first bus back in the afternoon.
... Our pass through customs had the longest wait, at about 30 minutes (due to all of the Canadian shopping!), but it was also the fastest once we reached the officer. He only asked us why we were in Canada, and then waved us through without much interest.
The exciting part of our drive today was taking the ferry from Coupville, WA to Port ...