Just outside Shelton/WA, in Potlatch State Park discover myself a couple weeks too early for their annual “clambake”. Apparently, this entire state park becomes a seafood festival site. Fortunately, it’s got only a few campsites full, and morning is spent in “administrative duties” at the Day Use area across the highway with its rich view of a lovely bay.
Shelton’s Historical Museum contains all the required artifacts (and, one supposes, all “artiFANCIES”) necessary to preserve continuity. Around town are other murals which also delight.
A stroll manages to find some photo ops; do love their clock tower and RR engine.
Manage, with all of this, to lose my van. Am lucky, it’s a small town, so threading through streets, cursing my stupidity for not taking bearings, is quickly rewarded.