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Monday, November 25, 2013

New Year's Day 10 K run/walk...

Come on out on New Years Day for the 2nd Annual New Years Discovery 10K Run/Walk!
 11 am on Jan. 1st, 2014, at the Discovery Bay Golf Course, 7401 Cape George Rd. south of Port Townsend, run or walk a beautiful 10K course through the fairways and connecting to the southern end of the Larry Scott Trail.

 The famous and fashionable knit NYD10K running beanie will again be available to all participants. Warm up dancing to great running music. Prizes and ribbons to the top three finishers in each gender/age group. Post-race food and drink.

  Pre-register at http://peninsulatrailscoalition.org/  The PTC is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a non-motorized, multi-user recreation and transportation corridor across the northern Olympic Peninsula from Port Townsend to La Push on the Pacific Ocean. The Larry Scott Memorial Trail, commemorating its founder and one of the founders of the PTC, is the eastern end of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT).  Help us promote the connection of the Larry Scott Memorial Trail to the ODT in Clallam County.

  Volunteer opportunities exist for trail maintenance, event assistance, and board membership.  Event and membership funds go to trail maintenance, tools, materials, and volunteers' lunches. Come on out and join the fun!

Cheers, Jeff
http://olympicdiscoverytrail.com/

Saturday, November 23, 2013

New location is up and running!

We've been busy the last week, with settling into our new place. These pictures are a few days old already! Things have changed. Come on in to see our progress for yourself.





Pictures are taken from upstairs in the office, during our moving day last Sunday.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

230 Taylor Street

The Broken Spoke has had another successful year.  Thank you for all your support and business. Like a small child who's outgrown his britches, we've out grown our space and will be moving to a new location.

Our new location is 230 Taylor Street (barely around the corner), formerly Quimper Sound record shop.

We will be closing early at 4pm on Saturday November 16.
We will be closed Sunday November 17.
We will re-open Monday November 18 at our normally scheduled 10am in our brand new location.  We will try our best for a flawless transition for all your maintenance and service needs.  If there are bicycle emergencies on Sunday, don't hesitate to call the shop.

In preparation for the move, we're having a MOVING SALE.  Stop by for more details!

*Disclaimer: this post will change as the days progress; but the sale is still happening.  Watch our progress below, as we expand into our new location.
Elinor cheers on Pete's work

The floor is done, and now drying (Wed night). Next step get all those cabinets into place.

Cleaning out the front window!

Hardly working or hard at work? Pete and Jacob


I'll give you one guess of what was underneath the carpet?!?

Moovin' and groovin'
Sunday's work: did a little more touch up, and are moving things around.
230 Taylor Street, Port Townsend

 Truly, this is it. there is a lot of work to do yet!




Sunday, November 3, 2013

Quimper Wildlife Corridor talk

Discover bobcat, mountain beaver, hundreds of bird species, orchids, berries, mushrooms galore in the Quimper Wildlife Corridor!  
Biologist Fred Sharpe speaks on wildlife corridors and Port Townsend's greenbelt of woods and trails. Come learn about this treasure in our midst and pick up a Cappy's Trails map. All are welcome at this free event, Thursday, Nov. 14, 7:00-8:30 p.m at the Cotton Building, 607 Water Street, Port Townsend. Contact Jefferson Land Trust (360)379-9501 for more info.