It was Jefferson County Fair time last week. Grace and I wandered through the photo display for inspiration, talked to the horses in the barn, ate a yummy Elephant Ear (Almost as good as the Berrien County Fair in Michigan, and listened to the great music and singing of the group, Dukes of Dabob. I love fair time and it brought back a lot of good memories.
You do not go much of anywhere from Pt. Townsend without running into water so your life is scheduled around ferries. Saturday Grace and Lynn and I caught the 9:30 ferry to Whidbey Island for the huge amount of $1.30 each as walk-ons. On the other side, we caught the free shuttle that dropped us at the Coupville Arts and Crafts Festival, a great combination of interesting 170+ artisan booths, a variety of entertainment, and of course, the inevitable food vendors. We welcomed the warm, sunny day. We haven’t had all that many of them and this one was perfect.
Lynn and I went scrounging through three of the local second-hand stores yesterday. I hadn’t intended to buy anything but you know how that goes, I bought a huge vase I’m going to have to wrap VERY carefully to get it back to AZ in tact. In the process we saw this very interesting truck with all kinds of “stuff” glued to it including a whole lot of bottle caps. Each to his own I guess. God bless until next time.
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At 45, Widow Minshall began 20 years of solo full-time RVing throughout Alaska, Mexico, and Canada. Sharlene canoed the Yukon, mushed sled dogs, worked a dude ranch, visited Hudson Bay polar bears, and lived six months on a Mexican beach. She lectured at Life on Wheels, published six RV-related books and wrote a novel, “Winter in the Wilderness.”