Lots of photos for you and few words to go with them. I’ll just let you enjoy.
I think this was my favorite home we happened by on Saturday morning. I love the porch and the great yard.
It was interesting to see how many inns and old homes were up for sale. We wondered how people survive in out of the way locations like these, especially in this economy.
Happy Tuesday to all of you!
Photobucket replaced all my photos with blurred out versions and photobucket stamped versions. They are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.
16 thoughts on “Port Townsend Architecture and Gardens…”
Wow! I think that says it all!
Now I REALLY want to go! I love the gardens, but the architecture is beautiful too.
Beautiful! That pale blue church is my favorite. Thanks for sharing.
Very lovely!I especially like the picket fences and flowerbeds in front.
Looks similar to the architecture in our two main Island towns – Charlottetown and Summerside.
Great old buildings…and beautiful gardens!
Thanks for the tour, I luuuuuuv those old homes and I’m with you on the favorite home…the porch beckons as does the lovely yard!
I give these photos another “WOW”! Thank you for sharing!!!
Such a lovely town! How fun to identify favorite houses and buildings from here! The blue building on the waterfront has always been one I have loved — but the church on the hill with that red door — is quaint. And a walk along the pretty blocks of Victorian houses always leads to that burnt-orange beauty.
Alright — it’s time for me to get back to real life, but I simply did enjoy the tour! LOVE this town!
Wow! Those buildings were something else. I, too, loved that porch. So much to see. Thanks, for sharing.
We always wonder the same thing when we are in an out of the way place. These homes and buildings are very quaint and I loved the church with the red door.
Beautiful! Loved the churches and and the lovely flowers.I want to live there! 🙂
Beautiful photos Ellen. I love photos of churches. You’ve found some wonderful ones. laurie
The gardens, oh my!
The red door on the church!
Thank you for the tour.
Oh my goodness those are gorgeous buildings! I want to live in those houses and have those gardens.
What a beautiful place!
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