I caught an early ferry from Seattle so I could walk around Brainbridge before the tour started and walked the waterfront trail which was a very pleasant stroll through the backgrounds of the quaint little village. I would highly recommend doing that either before or after the tour. The tour was very enjoyable; lots of history about the island and the Kitsap Peninsula. We visited the Squamish Museum and learned how the locals are dealing with today’s environment. Jean Boyle, the tour guide, was a wealth of knowledge about the area and the inhabitants both past and present. We enjoyed a leisurely lunch on our own in Poulbos a beautiful Norwegian style village with many boutique type shops to visit. Our afternoon wound down with a walk around Port Orchard, a Company owned Lumber town from the late 1800s. A quaint village with beautifully restored New England style homes. Bottom line it was a day well spent and well worth the cost of the trip.
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