Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Olympic Peninsula Nickel Era Tour arrives in style

Jim and Susan Stutzman of Lewiston, Idaho alight from their 1914 Ford Model T horseless carriage in the parking lot of Port Angeles City Pier on Tuesday after a drive to Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park.

The pair were part of a contingent of about two dozen vintage automobiles participating in the four-day Olympic Peninsula Nickel Era Tour to regional points of interest.

Other planned stops include Lake Crescent and Port Townsend, Jim Stutzman said.

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