Rebels By Bus

Slow Travel With Low Carbon Footprint

Perfect record stands!

rbb_100_sq (100x100)Yup; the Rebels perfect record stands… ALL of the Rebels trip have not been rained upon.  No, we haven’t had sunshine and blue sky every time, BUT… no rain?!  I should clarify; twice the rain fell, but only when we were safely under the bus shelter (at Pt. Defiance, on our way home from Vashon Island) and when we were nearing the Martin Way Park and Ride coming from the Salish Lodge trip.  That rain storm brought a beautiful bright rainbow, which we could all enjoy because we left the driving to the professionals!

Last week the Rebels went to Bainbridge Island and the lovely town of Winslow.  Even on a ferry trim adjgray day the ferry ride from downtown Seattle Cialis 10mg to Winslow is special.  The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) is now open; it’s free!  Directly behind the BIMA is the Kids Discovery Museum.  A block from the BIMA (along Winslow Way and up to the right on Ericksen Avenue) is the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum.  The current exhibit featured Ansel Adams’ portraits of Japanese Bainbridge Islanders who were interned at Manzanar during World War II.  This museum is packed with Island archives; a dreamland for historical researchers.

This year the return trip included the Sounder train from Seattle’s King Street Station to the Lakewood Station.  Specific details (where, when, what, how much…) of this trip are included in the “trip directions” found under “pages” in the right hand column of the RBB home page.


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