Posted on April 8, 2016
Sunday was overcast and had the occasional drizzles. We opted to go down to the ferry and make a decision once we got there whether we would actually go to Bainbridge Island. When we arrived at the ferry it was raining. There is nothing less I want to do than go out in the rain with my camera. However, after hanging out for about 15 minutes waiting for the ferry to arrive, the rain stopped and we decided to take a chance. My brother would be in conference from Sunday evening and would not have the opportunity to do this trip when the conference ended.
This was the first time I have done this kind of ferry ride in the US, where cars are boarded onto the ferry. Once the passengers were on and the cars were loaded the boat began to pull away from the dock. My first thought was to get a Seattle Skyline as we moved away from land.
If you are visiting Seattle, plan a 3 hour trip to Bainbridge Island. It is a small and quaint town and is very walkable. You do not need to take your car across.
Keep a look out for more of the upcoming blogs, Seattle the city, the Seattle Library, the Columbia Building; Chinatown and Capital Hill. From there we head off to the Orca Islands and to Leavensworth.
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