Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: A land that time forgot
Bikes: the ever shifting stable loaded with comfortable road bikes and city and winter bikes
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If you're NOT pressed for time, taking the ferry over to Port Townsend from Fort Casey and then down across the Hood Canal Bridge, and along across Agate Pass and into Seattle on the Bainbridge/Seattle ferry would provide the most spectacular, senic and rural finish to your trip.
I can send along some crib sheets and turn by turn directions to get to Seattle this senic way. it would be a fantastic final portion of the trip. From anacortes, it'd be a very comfortable 2 days, taking your time meandering along Whidbey Island, stopping for the night in historic Port Townsend, camping at the fort "an Officer and a Gentleman" was filmed at (ride your bike thru a massive assemblage of historic bunkers!) and finishing up with about 50 miles into Seattle on the last day.
Last edited by Bekologist; 06-07-07 at 09:01 AM.