Saturday, March 6, 2010

Visiting Port Gamble!!!! a town made known for it's logging

We stopped and visited this very charming town, made famous for the logging industry.

A very cute coffee shop!!!
Waiting patiently for my coffee!!!
The flag pole in town

One of the many lovely homes
The General store
Another charming home in Port Gamble
Look at the detail!!!
We decided to have dinner in this lovely Tea Room, The wonderful owner told us all about the town!!!
She brought out some cute hats for us to wear!!!David looks thrilled doesn't he!!!!hehe
Our cute little cucumber and salmon sandwiches.

14 comments:

Marilyn said...

Sounds like so much fun & what a good sport he was!! LOL!!
Great Post!!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

Chatty Crone said...

Looks like great fun - and at least it was a coyboy hat - looks pretty good. sandie

My Passionate Pink Life said...

What a cute town...love the hats!! have a nice weekend! hugs, Jennifer

Kissed by an Angel said...

What an absolutely gorgeous town!! You look like you had a great time!!
xxxx

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Jamie Sweetie...
I adore these pictures and how fun is that tea room. Your BIL was so nice to drive you gals around and tolerate with the hats and pics, what a dear he is. Love it.

You look so happy in the pics, and for someone who had the serious cold that you did, just like always you just plugged right along. Sweetie you push yourself to darn hard.

Now what is the latest on the Teeter House? Were you able to make the reservations? Or are we going somewhere else? We need to start posting soon and let folks plan and decide where we are going to be and see if they can make it. How many are coming? We need all that. We may have as many as 20 ladies Jamie. That is a lot of us. Can they handle us? Let me know. I am going to make some name plates for everyone I think, I just need a count and names for sure.

Oh and what a surprise I received in the mail. I love my towel for Easter Jamie, oh thank you so much. It is so happy looking and I just adore it. Did you see the next set of spoons I made a couple of posts back? I loved this other look too. I am having fun. I went out thrifting to find more spoons to work on.

Call me if you need to pick my brain. I am not sure much is up there but you can sure pick it. I love you girl. Country hugs and so much love...Sherry

Stella said...

What a fun place to eat. Like the lace curtains and the food looks delish. He was a great sport to wear a hat. I love hats wish I hadn't disposes of all my hats from the 50's. Thanks for sharing.

Terry said...

Howdy Jamie
Big Hugs my friend.
I am still busy with Mom,family,work,well life :)
Had to ride over to say hello .
I am so far behind in visiting !
Your photos were awseome and so full of fun.
This looks like a great place to spend time with family and friends .
Blessings full of love and joy to you and all yours .
Happy Trails

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Super cute brown plaid cap. As for "David" and his hat...what a good sport!!! : )
M.L.

Cottage Rose said...

What a lovely town... all those gorgeous houses... How cute you all look in those pretty hats,,,, what guy to wear one....lol love the sweet Tea shop... have a great week

Hugs;
Alaura

Karen said...

Yeah, I would say he just looked tickled pink to be enjoying wearing that hat!
HA!
:) Hugs! Karen

The Footer's! said...

I still can't believe my manly man - Dave let her put that hat on him - and then pose for that picture!! It was so much fun and that picture is worth saving for a lifetime!! I can't wait to show it to him again when he is 80!!

Love ya! Carolyn

Lesley said...

loved seeing all the pretty homes and your artistic angle on all of them! such a great town!

Deanna said...

What great fun!
You actually otta get a hat like the one you're wearing at the tearoom.
Nice fit!
Blessings,
d

Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short) said...

I've always wanted one of those homes with so much personal character. I want a white picket fence! What a cute town!