Tuesday morning I packed up the car and picked up my mom for a quick little getaway.
We drove over the border and after having lunch at the Calico Cupboard in Mount Vernon we took the Keystone Ferry over to Port Townsend. A favourite shop of mine has always been April Fool and Penny Too.
Looking out over the harbour from inside the shop.
Across the street at The Green Eyeshade and interesting collection of wine glasses.
Uptown one of the regal painted ladies, this one is the Ann Starret House a lovely bed and breakfast.
Next door is this one with a widow's walk.
Need some exercise take the stairs up to the top, they are steeper than they appear.
Made from old steel oil drums from Haiti.
I like interesting and unique signs.
I wonder how that name was chosen to become their business.
Down the road we found this interesting Chicacum Country Store and Cafe. I like the old truck.
A bit farther down the road was this interesting sign.
Love the rain boots, rain coats and umbrellas.
You must be in Seattle when your see this fabric lots of coffee cups and iconic Northwest images.
At April Fool and Penny Too my mom bought this pin cushion for me, I'm sure the dress has been replaced, but the lady is in very good condition.
At April Fool and Penny Too I found this Goose Tracks quilt from ?1930's Tennessee. This quilt is well used and is rectangular in it's setting.
Each diagonal row has the same fabric in it.