A Note About Port Gamble…

Most visitors to tiny, historic Port Gamble know about Rainier Avenue NE, where Tango Zulu Imports, The Tea Room, Dauntless Bookstore, and other businesses reside.  However, it is easy to miss the next street to the west, Puget Avenue.  Be sure to check out the Quilted Strait, one of the largest quilting supplies stores in the region; and tiny Second Spring, which has sweet locally handmade clothing.  In the summer you’ll also find Terrapin Farms, which provides fresh local produce (be sure to say hello to their St. Bernard, Stash.).  Nearby is Gamble Bay Coffee and Mike’s Four Star BBQ, both of which offer outstanding food and beverages along with exceptional customer service.  So be sure to go around the corner when you come to town, or just cut through the park right behind Tango Zulu!

Just about anyone who comes to tiny Port Gamble knows about Rainier Avenue NE, where Tango Zulu Imports, The Tea Room, Dauntless Bookstore, and other businesses reside.  However, it is easy to miss the next street to the West, Puget Avenue.  Be sure to check out the Quilted Strait, one of the largest quilt supplies stores in the region; and tiny Second Spring, which has sweet handmade clothing.  In the summer you’ll also find Terrapin Farms, which provides fresh local produce.  Nearby is Gamble Bay Coffee and Mike’s Four Star BBQ.  So be sure to go around the corner when you come to town, or just cut through the field right behind Tango Zulu!

As a side note, we have a big selection of beautiful new market baskets in earth tones.  It’s a great time to shop for Bolga baskets if you’re looking for muted browns and greens.  We still have plenty of the more brightly colored African baskets, as well as the undyed ones.

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About tangozuluimports

***This blog has been retired as of 1/1/2013. We invite you to follow us at http://tangozuluimports.blogspot.com.*** This blog is about the products and business practices of Tango Zulu Imports, a small fair trade company in historic Port Gamble, Washington. We carry an array of artisan products from developing countries, with a specialty in African baskets.
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