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A Day in Port Townsend.

Last weekend was one for the record. My dear friend Shoshana traveled from coast to coast to visit me in Seattle for the first time. Although I was in rehearsals during the day, I sent her to my favorite spots – {Homegrown Sandwich Shop} {Caffe Ladro} {Molly Moons} {Top Pot Doughnuts} to name a few.

On Saturday, I decided to take Shoshana on an adventure out of Seattle proper. We met PNB dancer Liz at 8am with Uptown coffee in hand and drove onto the 8:45am ferry to Bainbridge Island.

After a drive from Bainbridge to Port Townsend and fun conversation, I ran straight to the water front.

me.

me.

 

Since we only had Seattle coffee in us, we were starved for brunch. I can say with confidence that the brunch at {Hudson Point Cafe} was one of the best I have ever had. Featured below is a {Salmon Scram}. Divine!

 

Hudson Point Café.

Hudson Point Café.

 

Next, we explored the sweet downtown. Highlights – A knowledgeable gentleman in the City Hall who gave us the history of the town. A olive oil and vinegar tasting. A bookstore with countless puzzles.

 

Friends.

Friends.

 

Liz has visited Port Townsend several times before, but never made it to the lighthouse. We checked it off her list! Whidbey Island, across the water, looked like a stone and a skip away and the San Juan Islands, in the north, melted off into the horizon.

 

Port Townsend Lighthouse.

Port Townsend Lighthouse.

Port Townsend.

Port Townsend.

Port Townsend.

Port Townsend.

 

The next two stops were at {Eaglemount Wine & Cider} & {Finnriver Farm & Cidery}. We tasted the delectable Pacific Northwest ciders.

 

Eggs at Finnriver Farm & Cidery.

Eggs at Finnriver Farm & Cidery.

 

We concluded our adventure with a pizza feast before heading back to Seattle. At our arrival back downtown, we realized that we had completely missed the rain in Seattle. What a perfect 13 hours day on the tip of the Olympic Peninsula.

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3 Comments

  1. Very nice, glad that you are back, I thought you are still dancing in New York. I am folloing your blog. Keep writing… Hug, Lucia

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  2. Love this post! So sad to have missed it.
    Side note: I think you need to change the title of your blog to “The Adventures of Cecilia” because dang girl, you go places and see things! 😘 Inspired by how intentionally you live each day.

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