Once on the other side of Puget Sound, we headed to Poulsbo, it's a Viking town with lots of little shops and antique stores.
We had lunch at JJ's Fish house, it was some of the best fish I have ever had. Look close over my shoulder by the door, it's a big Fish wearing jeans with no arms. I don't know how he reaches his fly.
After lunch we headed north to Port Gamble, it was founded in the mid 1800's by a group of settlers from Maine, you can really see the East Coast influence.
That is my sister Tammi, behind her is the straight where the nuclear submarines travel to Bangor submarine base.
Port Gamble has this amazing cemetary that was established in 1856. I'm a sucker for old cemetaries.
This picture shows the View on the left side of the cemetary.
I'm not being an ass by showing this picture, I know it appears that my sister has fallen down, she didn't although we are prone to falling. She was taking a picture of the following marker. It also shows the view from the right side of the cemetary.
This is the gravestone of Sara Hovey, she was the wife of S.W. Hovey and she died at age 13, in 1878.