Poulsbo is a picturesque town located on Liberty Bay on the Kitsap Peninsula. It’s known as “little Norway” Poulsbo was settled in 1892 by Norwegian loggers, farmers and fishermen who likened the fjord-cut landscape to their homeland.
On Wednesday when Beth picked me up from the Ferry landing we headed here to walk about and check out the 2nd hand store she volunteers at once a week. The 2nd hand store uses their profits to feed the hungry in this area.
How about this mural as a surround for the door to the chocolate shop?!
I took this photo from the inside of the Bakery looking out on the colorful storefronts.
I really like the fun setting of this Mexican restaurant with the eye catching items they’ve decorated with.
There were a few other restaurants I’ll remember if Dear and I ever venture back here. Thanks for showing me around Poulsbo, Beth.
Next time I’ll show you the amazing views around Dave and Beth’s home.
Northwest Weather Notes: It’s sizzling here in the Pacific Northwest. We are looking at breaking some heat records today.
Any fun plans for the weekend? Dear is probably going to work on the house again. I’m going to a Ruffles and Rust sales event in the morning on Saturday. On Sunday our church has their Summer Sunday service. One service instead of 3 all together at a neighboring large piece of property owned by a member of our church. Dinner, service and baptisms all outdoors. BYOC…bring your own chair! I’m thinking about taking an umbrella, too. Have a great weekend!