We live in Victoria, British Columbia, and want to take our bikes over to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington for a few days of cycling. We'd cycle out to Sidney BC (about 30 km) and take a ferry over to Anacortes. From there, a series of roads and smaller ferries will take you down to Port Angeles via Port Townsend and other places of interest. According to various maps, it all looks fairly clear and easily doable for car travel. BUT (there's always a but!) does anyone know specific information about the roads from a cyclist's perspective? Are they heavily travelled by cars and trucks? Is the vehicular traffic moving fast? Are there plenty of other cyclists on the road? Are the roads steep? Are there attractive alternate routes for cyclists in no hurry? Are there specific cycle/tourist sites that could help us plan better? Do the dominant winds make going in one direction far better than the other? If you know anything about the road between Anacortes and Port Angeles, we'd love to hear it!!! We're two experienced 60+ cycle tourers whose old dog is about to go to meet her maker and we are eager to go biking!