North Beach is one of Port Townsend’s beautiful, if somewhat hidden, treasures. Known primarily only to locals it is perfect for beachcombing, having a picnic or diving (for the more adventurous). There is also facebook page displaying and selling beach glass that has washed up. If you are interested, ask the Innkeepers John and Renee for directions… we want to keep this one a secret.
I can’t leave out our “other grandchild” from Whidbey Island. She comes to visit sometimes on weekends, but doesn’t live with us every day. She is a sweet & shy chow mix named “Teddy Bear”, or “Teddy” – Teddy, Eddie & Jin! The little dogs love her to pieces, but does return their affection? Uh, not so much…
Teddy belongs to our youngest daughter Brooke and our future son-in-law, Ryan.
Our resident “Pug-lett” loves to hike the beautiful State Parks around the area. She’s always happy to pose for a picture, especially when she’s calm and relaxed after a leisurely hike at beautiful Deception Pass State Park on Whidbey Island. The park is just about an hour from Blue Gull Inn Inn, and makes a great day trip!!