Point Wilson Light

2018 West, Road Trip, Washington

Fort Worden State Park, just outside Port Townsend, Washington was the location of a T@B gathering earlier this month. We contemplated making the drive from Spokane to Port Townsend in six days to join the festivities but didn’t care to move that fast. Instead we pulled into the park today and booked a site in the Forest Campground for two nights. Late in the day we moseyed over to the Beach Campground in search of some folks we met earlier this summer that had plans to campground host near here this month. We didn’t find them but drawn by the sight of a glacier clad mountain to the north, we did discover the historic Point Wilson Light in luscious late afternoon sunlight! We wandered the beach and the grounds of the lighthouse reveling in the sights and smells of the beach for quite a while before retreating to the warm comfort of T@B in the forest.

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4 Comments

  1. Sherri

    Wish I was with you…. John is nearby, I really like Olympia, and the in-laws are in Shelton, just north. Claire know where all the good quilt and yarn shops are….

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    • Steve & Karen

      You’d absolutely love it! And as a bonus we’re enjoying beautifully sunny weather!

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  2. Rebecca

    What an awesome light house! We will have to go on adventure soon to see it!

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    • Steve & Karen

      You will love Fort Worden. If you don’t want to camp they have quite a variety of other lodging options that look intriguing.

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