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February 10, 2018

Olympic Peninsula Trip - Day Nine

Monday, September 25, 2017
Port Townsend, Washington
Point Hudson Marina & RV Park


Peaceful sunrise.


Watching the ferry arrive from Coupeville.


Great location!

A little close, but we know our neighbors.




















Adams Street Park












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11 comments:

  1. Wow, that is a fabulous location - I think I could sit and look at that view all day.

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    1. Kathy, we're hoping to return sometime this year!

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  2. I especially love the photo of the dogs in the RV!

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  3. JoAnn, they spent a lot of time hanging out in the front seats and dash! Pretty cute.

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  4. I really, really love the blue colors. I wondered about other people when you camp. Do you socialize or are you able to be private?

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    1. Nan, we can be private or we can be social. We were traveling with my dad and stepmom on this particular trip, so we spent most of our time with them. We usually chat with the campers nearby, but haven't spent any time hanging out with anyone else in the evenings. We met a super nice couple camping next to us in Dosewallips, but they arrived the night before we were leaving, otherwise we may have invited them over for a drink. It's a good way to get some tips from other campers. They gave us a bunch of recommendations for other campgrounds in Oregon, which was nice. They also had a great campstove/griddle that I took note of. :)

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  5. I know you guys are retired but, have you read Nomadland or the Leisure Seeker? Overtime I see your travel trailer pics I mean to ask that question. Both very good books

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    1. Diane, I've heard of both books, but haven't read either of them. I'm thankful that we don't have to rely on worker camps to survive! They sound pretty grueling! One blogger that I follow has done the Amazon worker camp, as well as the beet farming and National Park program. She's probably in her early 30s, though!

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  6. Is the sidewalk picture of homes that are nearby? I would love to be able to walk to the water and just look at all that beauty!

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    1. Iliana - I think the sidewalk picture shows a B&B and not homes. I wish I could find some information about it, but I didn't have any luck when I searched on Google Maps. Nonetheless, it's a lovely setting and would be a great place to either live or visit!

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