Ursula and I wouldn’t be spending much time here in Port Angeles. We had places to see and people to do. Or is that . . . . Oh, well, anyway, we pretty much hiked into town for a car rental that would take us far away from Port Angeles, and you’ll be seeing those sights over the next two weeks. Until then, today and Fun Photo Friday I’ll present images of this charming sea port.
As luck would have it we docked next to a large lumber hauler with limber lumberjacks lingering on lumber lying upon the liquescent lagoon.
So, what else did we see during our brief stay here? Today’s gallery:
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