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Travel Blogs from Port Townsend
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As usual, Bonna does a great job of citing our travel for this posting so I'll defer to her 'words'. Port Townsend is definitely one of those, MUST see places. The 'malt shop' brought back a lot of cool memories of days past, especially some high school memories.
Port Townsend has a ...
... Naples, Italy – New Port
(Rome), Italy - Visited last year on the ms Prinsendam
Spain (We were stationed just south of here in the early 70's)
Spain – Visited Almeria in 2011 on ms Noordam –anxious to walk
the beautiful downtown area as we just drove through it on our way to Grenada.
·Tangier, Morocco – New Port/Country
We spent six days with Mark's parents and their dog Hexi, also visited with Mark's sister and her family. We took a nice walk on "the hook", checked out the crab festival, browsed at the book store, watched the deer and horses in the pasture, and generally had a nice relaxing time.
... was closed in the 1950's, and remains a State Park today.
The girls collected sea-wood along the beach and built quite an impressive tower for a fire. Because it was so windy, ad because we had no paper, I was concerned that we would not be able to start the fire. However, Katelyn said she learned from her Laura Ingalls Wilder books that ...
... tub with lavender bath salts. (There are quaint lavender farms all over this part of Washington, so it seemed appropriate). We then got ready for our formal breakfast, which was served in the dining room promptly at 8:30 a.m. We sat next to a young couple next to Portland, Ore., with two sons and an adopted daughter, Lucy, from Ethiopia. All the couples at breakfast wished us luck for our wedding, and most of them were preparing to depart ...