The "Classy Nomads" were here
Before leaving Whidbey Island Naval Air Station we posted our sign in the wayfarer section of the RV park. Being a Navy veteran I felt a strong reconnection to the memories of my service days while staying on the base. Our daily encounters with sailors and aviators welled up my strong appreciation for the young men and women who are presently carrying out the Navy tradition to protect and defend our life and liberty.
Red, white and blue with some sea shells seemed a fitting theme for our flotsam and jetsam sign. We enjoyed every day on Whidbey Island and hope we will be able to return in the future.
After posting our sign, we headed out for the Coupeville Ferry Terminal. Upon arrival at the Port Townsend terminal we travelled south to stay with Karen's cousins, Jeff and Becky Hilen in Gig Harbor, WA. We arrived at 5 PM and backed the fifth wheel into their driveway with no incidents. We are planning on "mooch docking" here for the next four days while hanging out with the family.