(We're there on the outside dock on the right, inside the breakwater)
We left the boat and headed into town about 45 minutes after the Seahawks playoff game had gotten underway (a big deal around these parts), and the streets were deserted. ("They're all dead inside!")
We wandered over to grab lunch at Kalakala Co. Mercantile, where we shared a bowl of ramen and an Italian panini — both were great. Kalakala is super cool inside. All the stuff is handmade and for sale (most if not all of it by local artists/artisans, I believe):
I love these twig/branch square tables:
After lunch we walked around town a bit and then met up with our friends Rose and Eric and their three boys for some catching up. Here's their youngest with his Seattle Sounders scarf and matching glasses (Seahawks? What Seahawks?):
We had a great visit and now we're back at the boat. It's raining a bit and the wind has picked up again, but it's supposed to be calm for our cruise down to Poulsbo tomorrow morning.