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1 week in Port Hadlock and vicinity

Travlin Sharon | Jul 4, 200502:49 PM     1

We'll be renting a house at the end of the month in Port Hadlock for a week. While we'll be eating in a lot, we're looking to have a few meals out (several breakfasts and several dinners). Since we'll be traveling around the area (up to Olympic National Park, possibly over to Victoria and anywhere else that strikes us) any recommendations would be appreciated. There will be 4 of us, 2 teens (18 and 14) my husband and me. We're pretty adventurous when it comes to food but don't want to spend more than $100 on dinner (unless its really to die for) and obviously much less on breakfast. Also, an evaluation of grocery shopping alternatives (produce, meat, fish) would be much appreciated.

In addition, we have that dreaded first breakfast near SEATAC to come up with. Anything there would also be appreciated.

Thanks

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