On the way in to the skp park we went thru a town called Sequim which is famous for lavender farms but that won't be ready till June or July. Was a busy Sunday but lots ot see and not much time in this area as we have relatives waiting in Tacoma and Yakima. So off to visit the peninsula, Started at Fort Flagler State park and almost had a job as the man at the museum talked to us about hosting and volunteering for the parks. Had to go across to an Island to reach this park and the first island,Indian island is Navy and Very private(no entrance..) then out to Marrowstone island and on to the tip where the state park is. What a great park, they have a museum with the history of this fort which was used to protect our shores during WWI and WWII, they never really had a threat but really have a lot of the history here and a VERY big gun that they only fired one time to test it and blew out windows in town. Dave sure enjoyed going through the bunkers and we both enjoyed the museum and the beach, so did the boys(my puppies played in the water) We watched a barge full of grain pulled in by a tug, a fast cruiser ferry from Seattle to Vancouver Island, sail boats and a big ship full of containers,like our storage unit. Then we went back across the bridge to Port Orchard and to Chimacum for the best Pie around(they are right it's fantastic..) and on to Port Townsend which has a great marina & harbor. I finally found a pot for my Redwood burl that Dave bought me so got that planted, sure hope I don't really grow a redwood tree but it's cute now. We visited Fort Worden State park which is way on the tip of the peninsula but it was raining when we got there. Still checked it out and got a picture of the lighthouse. They have a really nice campground there too.