The Walker-Ames House towers above North Rainier Avenue in Port Gamble. William Walker, his wife Emma, daughter Maude and son-in-law Edwin Ames occupied the house in Port Gamble when it was home to a booming mill. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Quaint Port Gamble on the Kitsap Peninsula is worth a day trip

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