Point No-Point

Poulsbo has a nice big Farmers Market so we went to see it. We like to see how the local produce differs from what they have at home. Mostly it’s the same, but we did pick up some wonderful looking peaches and some Kiwi berries that I’ve never seen at a Minnesota Farmers Market.

Poulsbo Farmers Market

Poulsbo Farmers Market

The Loot From the Farmers Market

The Loot From the Farmers Market

Scandinavians settled this community over 100 years ago and it’s very evident in the downtown buildings.

Poulsbo WA

Poulsbo WA

Poulsbo WA

Poulsbo WA

We walked along the marina and the historic waterfront and the boardwalk that runs along the shoreline.

Poulsbo WA

Poulsbo WA

Bernie’s cousin lives here and we went to see them, then the four of us went out to visit Point No-Point Lighthouse on Puget Sound and for a walk on the beach.

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Point No-Point Lighthouse on Puget Sound

It was cool, and nobody was swimming but there were some people fishing, they were catching salmon.

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The Beach at Point No-Point

There was a lot of driftwood along the beach and a few places where some ambitious people had gathered up the wood and stuck them in the ground or built little forts.

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Bernie Inside a Driftwood Fort

Across the Puget Sound we could see the Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier. We plan to visit those places in the next few days.

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Seattle Skyline and Mount Rainier

  •  Lodging:  $30
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