Pack your virtual bags.
Traveler’s Journal begins its 27th season of travel and adventure slide shows on Thursday, Feb. 1, at the Sequim High School library.
The eight-week travel series is a presentation of the Peninsula Trails Coalition with local adventurers sharing their stories and photos with you. All of the money raised is used to buy project supplies and food for the volunteers working on the Olympic Discovery Trail.
Admission is $5 adults, youths 18 and under free. Shows start at 7 p.m. in the Sequim High School Library at 601 N. Sequim Ave. The seating is chairs and some people bring their own cushions.
“I hope you enjoy this year’s presenters and I give big thank you to all of the presenters,” Johnson said. “It is lot of work and I know the community appreciates and enjoys hearing the adventures.”
“Also, you are a part of doing something special for PTC, allowing thousands to enjoy the nature we have here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.”
Each year the dream of a continuous trail from Port Townsend to Forks gets a little closer.
In 2017, about 200 volunteers put in more than 9,000 hours of labor on the trail.
One selected photo enlargement will be given each week as a door prize.
Call Johnson at 360-301-9359 for more information.