In our first year of flying, we visited about 25 airports.

Some can be seen here.


My home base for two years - Bremerton (KPWT)


My new home from January 2014 - Jefferson County (Jefco) (0S9)
PortTownsend


My first Cross-Country - Tacoma Narrows (KTIW)

"The Hub" Restaurant



A favorite spot - Bowerman Field in Hoquiam (KHQM)


Another favorite - Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands (KFHR)
20 minutes by RV-12 --- two days and 4 ferry rides by car


Back "home" again - Harvey Field in Snohomish (S43)


  

Sequim Valley Airport (W28)

   
Orcas Island  (KORS) in the San Juans

   
Arlington - at the Vans tent at the annual Airshow  (KAWO)


Point Roberts, Washington  (1RL)

Pt. Roberts is unique - it's a little peninsula that sticks down from Canada below the 49th Parallel.  To get there by land requires going through Customs and Immigration four times.

   
2000 ft grass strip just off the wingtip



   
Mason County Airport in Shelton (KSHN)

   
South Bend - Raymond on Willapa Bay (2S9)


   
Ocean Shores  (W04)



Seattle-Tacoma Intl (KSEA) - didn't land......

   
Whidbey Island Naval Air Station (KNUW) - didn't land there either!


Waterville Washington - in the middle of the wheat country (2S5)


Thun Field in Puyallup (KPLU)


     
Desert Aire - on the Columbia River north of Yakima  (M94)


Boeing Field in Seattle (KBFI) - home to the Museum of Flight


The Rite Bros. FBO in Pt. Angeles (KCLM)


Elma, Washington  (4W8)

   
Quillayute, Washington - WW II Navy Base with derelict hangars - (KUIL) - Man, that's an itty-bitty airplane!



U.S. Coast Guard Air Station - Ediz Hook - Pt. Angeles  (KNOW)


Kenmore Air Harbor - seaplane base on Lake Washington (S60)

   
Diamond Point Air Park E. of Sequim 

   
Arlington                                              Apex Airpark in Silverdale (8W5)

   
Kelso        (KKLS)                                      Pt. Townsend

   
Ilwaco (7W1)                                    Whidbey Air Park (W10)