Travel Blogs from Port Townsend
... on Saturday and the ladies in the office said it’s a great one, so we drove over for the day. It was a major seaport in the late 1800’s and also a lumber and fishing area. Town leaders built ornate and large Victorian homes and brick and stone commercial buildings anticipating a railroad line, but it never materialized. It became a quiet, somewhat forgotten town until the 1980’s when it was rediscovered as a ...
... Justin. Last Thursday night we had a baby sitter and went out to a bar with some friends. This is very exciting on three counts: i) we had a baby sitter, ii) we went out to a bar, and iii) we have friends. Our new best friends are a chap from Devon and his Guatemalan / Chicagoan wife and our new-found local is the Pegasus café . . . a strange little tea-shop cum bar with music in the evening. Thursday was the turn of local folkies, IPA was on draught ...
... north end of Olympic National Park.
We had no plans for the day except to find a place to camp.
Once we arrived at the Visitor Center, Ranger Pablo told us to take the drive up to Hurricane Ridge for an impressive 180 degree view of the park.
And so we did, and it was worth the windy drive.
We were surrounded by snow-covered ...
... works even better than paper, so they all collected a thick bed of dead grass growing on the dunes. I was surprised how fast the fire lit, and it was really a nice bonfire. The girls got to roast Smores as a reward, so everyone was happy.
We all came in at about 9pm. Everyone showered and wrote in their journals, and then went to bed at about 10pm. ...
Hello to everyone, we have made it to Tim and Austin's house in Mount Vernon for the night. We rode from Missoula, Mt. a total of 540 miles on the day. The day started out beautifully, riding through Montana and Idaho are some of the prettiest country we've been through. Once we got over 4th of July pass and down into Spokane, Wa. the wind picked up and didn't quit until we got over Snoqualmie pass. It was a battle the whole way ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTides Inn Port Townsend
The motel is very close to the ferry so turn left off the ferry and keep your eyes open. I stayed in the old part that had no air conditioning, but the cool breezes cooled the room by opening the window and door for awhile. There was lots of open space in the room.
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