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lead image for this date22 August 2018 :

Still smokey. We made the short drive from PortA to PortT – Port Townsend – under mostly electrical power, getting a shade over 100 miles per gallon...


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lead image for this date22 August 2018 :

Still smokey. We made the short drive from PortA to PortT – Port Townsend – under mostly electrical power, getting a shade over 100 miles per gallon...


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lead image for this date23 August 2018 :

A little drizzle has cleared out the smoke and sharpened up the distances. Our little nest in the upper town is very comfortable, embedded as it is in a neighborhood of graceful Edwardian houses...


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1st per in:|.  We parked by our AirBnB in the upper town and made our way to the very touristy lower 'old town' – under much renovation and considerably more tourist pressure than when we visited in years past, maybe the mid 1990s? Still, this is one of my favorite towns to visit. We found a hidden spot, Sirens, with a welcoming deck with a view of the Salish Sea, as they call this corner of Puget Sound. That's the Whidbey Island Ferry departing.|
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1st per in:|.  We parked by our AirBnB in the upper town and made our way to the very touristy lower 'old town' – under much renovation and considerably more tourist pressure than when we visited in years past, maybe the mid 1990s? Still, this is one of my favorite towns to visit. We found a hidden spot, Sirens, with a welcoming deck with a view of the Salish Sea, as they call this corner of Puget Sound.|
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1st per in:|rhood of graceful Edwardian houses.  I really like this town. Our apartment is one of three in one of the less distinguished houses on this upper terrace. I like the cheery colors and the sense of being 'above it all.' We have decided that today is a 'no wheels' day; we're exploring the town around us as if we lived here. That on the right is the staircase to our apartment. The apartment itself continues the yellow theme, with bright yellow chairs and a yellow tablecloth where I'm writing.|
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