Named after Thomas Jefferson, this county spans the Olympic Peninsula and has only one incorporated city: Port Townsend.
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We've all heard the opinion that western Washington is almost perpetually grey and rainy. While that may be the case in winter months, most of the west side is quite temperate and beautiful for much of the rest of the year. However, when it comes to one special west...
A strategic point of view, the high bluffs just north of Port Townsend, WA, are occupied by Fort Worden State Park and Point Wilson Lighthouse and have served as both look out and safe harbor for indigenous cultures and wartime sailors over the millennia. Now serving...
Considering the seemingly never-ending natural beauty of Washington State, it is sometimes easy to forget about the wonders of the Olympic Peninsula. Sprawling nearly one million acres, Olympic National Park contains three distinct ecosystems - glaciated mountains,...
If you haven’t experienced the stunning town of Port Townsend just yet, it’s time to add it to your list. It's a magical sea town with historic architecture, stunning views and many shops and restaurants. If you’re planning a trip to the area, use these ideas to help...
Port Townsend Farmers Market The Port Townsend Farmers Market in Port Townsend, Washington is a local event that you have to visit at least once. Of course, if you visit the farmers market once, you’ll want to do it over and over again! Get addicted to the delicious...