to the economy of WA state! Today was sunny, clear and no wind. We went on a drive to Port Townsend which is about 2 hours away. Our only agenda was lunch and a couple of yarn shops. One of the shops was closed so I spent at the other shop Yarn Diva and Trim and at Tickled Pink, a gift shop.
I purchased yarn and a pattern to make mittens and some roving for my April birthday swap spoilee. At Tickled Pink I bought bracelets for the girls for Easter, a Vera Bradley wallet and surprises for the girls when we go see Wicked (Carrie if you’re reading this the surprise is not a big thing so don’t feel you have to do something too!) EVERYTHING WAS 50% OFF!!
We had lunch at Sirens, a place that Mike recommended. Such a beautiful day to sit out on the deck, over the water and enjoy a beer and a nice lunch
The drive was really easy, just a long way. Went across the Narrows Bridge and The Hood Canal Bridge. The Narrows has a distinct history as it fell down in very high winds a long time ago. Heres the video: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0Fi1VcbpAI&hl=en_US&fs=1&%5D
Here’s our photo:
We also went across the Hood Canal pontoon/drawbridge.