Yesterday, Kelley and I and three new friends toured eight homes on the 15th Annual Kitchen Tour. All of the homes were fabulous. Not only were the kitchens interesting, but the homes were spectacular—every one included a stunning view of either the water (Oak Bay, Discovery Bay) or the Olympic Mountains, sometimes both.
While in one of the homes, the Tour Publicity photographer asked to snap our picture. We’re famous! May be seeing the photo below in the Peninsula Daily News. HaHa!
All eight homes were spread out in the country side and it took a good six hours to see them all. Great way to explore the Peninsula and laugh with new friends.
Caption (written by the Publicity report for the PDN): Sequim's Kelley Jensen (left) and Terry Main consult the tour passport description of Milt and Kathleen Taylor's kitchen on the 15th Annual AAUW Kitchen Tour sponsored by AAUW Port Townsend and its University Women's Foundation on April 28. Jensen and Main joked they were making a list of projects for their husbands, and, as reported by other tour attendees, stated they attended the self-guided tour of 8 kitchens in order to get decorating ideas, explore the Chimacum area, and support a community project. Proceeds from the popular annual kitchen tour support scholarships and education projects in East Jefferson County, including literacy and phonics programs for kindergartners, math programs for 3rd graders, and Career Days for 8th graders. For more information, see www.aauwpt.org.