It was a gloriously beautiful day!
We headed out early to catch the Bainbridge Ferry in order to be at Edensaw in Port Townsend when it opened. I dropped Darrell off there and me and the doggos went for a walk in Fort Worden.
It was cold and frosty, to say the least. I heard this is the first time the temperature has dipped to 32* since February this year. But the day was bright and clear, and the skies an intense blue.
|We walked up to the bunkers.|
|And looked out over the water. That's Mt Rainier on the right.|
|We encountered a pair of does on the way out.|
|They are very friendly here in Port Townsend and let us get very close.|
Then we picked up Darrell and went to the Food Co-op and bought stuff for lunch.
Then we headed for Port Gamble - a little ways off our path - to visit a quilt shop called Quilted Strait. I heard about this place recently - they said it was a great shop. They didn't exaggerate.
|It's in an old building that used to be a stables.|
|I indulged a bit.|
Afterwards, I told Darrell we'd have to stop in here everytime we come to Port Townsend for wood. He agreed.
|Jelly wasn't too sure about these big creatures.|