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 a flat island with airport for a flight to Vancouver and 20 minutes to walk to nearby gate and catch another tiny plane to Victoria, a small convenient airport with BC transit service to the Inside Harbour from where there’s the Coho Ferry to Port Angeles and then a Clallam 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.