This post is for Richard, who has introduced me to more interesting people and initiatives than anybody I know. He absorbs good ideas and passes them on.
Last week Jack and I traveled from Prince Rupert on the British Columbia Mainland just south of the Alaskan border to our house in Port Townsend. It’s a pleasant trip which with good planning and an air ticket can be done in a single day by public transportation. It starts with a Prince Rupert walk to free shuttle to free ferry after which bus shuttles onto flat island with airport to flight to Vancouver and 20 minutes to walk to nearby gate and catch another tiny plane to Victoria, a small convient airport with BC transit service to the Inside Harbour from where there’s the Coho Ferry to Port Angeles and then a Calallam County transit bus to Sequim before the home stretch – the Jefferson County Transit bus #8 to Port Townsend.
Our very last connection meant a two hour layover in Sequim, which surprised and delighted us. Here are some pictures.
We can do better. Sequim should inspire us to action.