We enjoyed a slow start this morning. After a breakfast of blueberry waffles, we began Cruisin’ 101 in the rain. Around noon we pulled into Port Townsend and wandered and munched our way through town, smoked salmon salad and hot tea, dark chocolate truffles, the City Hall Museum, a foot long hotdog to share, window shopping, and hermits (lovely spicy cookies). We continued along 101 until near Port Angeles where we found a KOA kabin to shelter us for the night then went into town for a halibut dinner and a walk along the beach trail




  1. Greg

    Sounds like a tasty day.

  2. mark

    i wondered if you guys were getting cool and damp,yet.
    it has become cool and cloudy here.
    the downtown market began saturday.
    keep having fun.
    mark , burley, pax.

  3. Gary

    When I worked for Rayonier our technical department was in Port Angeles WA.  While in Washington State I would see the road signs for Port Angeles think about the people I had worked with and befriended and wonder what it looked like.  It looks like a pleasant area.  It is good to see you are taking your time.

  4. gina

    I just finish reading the book by Stephanie Meyer about vampire and werewolf.  Your pictures have make the story come to life.
    miss ya gina


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