Admiralty Inlet – 30 Knot Winds

On September 7, we awoke to thick fog. After a nice shower, Longbottom Coffee, and Umpqua Oats for breakfast, we made way east for the south end of Whidbey Island. As we approached Admiralty Inlet we hit 30 knot winds, so rather than risking the crossing, we made way north to Port Townsend. We need check in at 11 am on Thursday for the Wooden Boat Festival so we’ve been cruising the water front. There are a couple of photos of the Northwest Wooden Boat School at Port Hadlock. Someone donated the property and the old buildings about 7 or 8 years ago. I took a tour in 2005 when I made way up to Alaska with the newly restored Island Maid II. The Lighthouse photo is of Pt Wilson where the Straits of Juan de Fuca and Admiralty Inlet come together. The rest are of the Port Townsend water front.

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