Lighthouse Road Trip – Day 5

Finally we get to the lighthouses.

After a short visit to the adorable town of Coupeville, my group of 20 PleasureWay owners took a ferry to Port Townsend. Here is Ramsey on his first boat ride.

A short drive later we inspected the Point Wilson Lighthouse in Port Townsend. The current building was erected in 1913.

From there it was about an hour and a half to the next stop, which has a funny name, the Point No Point Lighthouse. The original was built on 1882.

Along the way we passed a house built from the remnants of a boat. It’s for sale in case you are interested. I didn’t catch the asking price.

Now we are settled for the night at the Gig Harbor RV Resort though we can’t see a harbor anywhere.

This is what a heard of PleasureWays looks like grazing on a hill.

I’ll insert the screenshots of our route below.

And here are some extra shots I liked.

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