Moto International in Seattle), to pick up spare oil for the bikes, and the new license plate for my bike. We cannot say enough good things about Moto International, as everyone there is always friendly and helpful with all things Moto Guzzi.
infamous Hood Canal Bridge, one of the longest floating bridges in the world. The view of the Olympic Mountains was spectacular, and it felt great to be cruising along on our Moto Guzzis in the warm weather!
Port Townsend is rich in wooden boat history, so we took time to walk through the active shipyards in town. The wooden vessel seen in the above and below photos is the Western Flyer, the vessel used by John Steinbeck and Ed Ricketts in their infamous trip in Mexico's Sea of Cortez in the 1940s. Their book, The Log from the Sea of Cortez, remains one of our favorite books, and to see their vessel in Port Townsend, being restored after sinking at least twice, was one of the highlights of our trip to the Olympic Peninsula.
HERE. I cannot wait to see what she looks like a few years down the road. Port Townsend is definitely the place for her right now!