|Sluy's family owned bakery opened in the late 1960's|
Some shops are a "must-stop" in a town and I've found that in our new-to-us town, that shop is Sluys Bakery!
|One of the "must-stops" in Poulsbo|
I even remember visiting there as a very young child in the early 1970's, salivating at all the choices of baked goods they offer daily.
|The street sign to mark the entrance-in case your nose missed it!|
It's still the same today, many freshly baked morsels, loaves, cakes and pies to select from on a daily basis.
|The shelves of freshly baked bread right through the front door|
The bakery is smack in the middle of Historic downtown Poulsbo, such a fun treat to grab, walk down and ponder our after school or weekend morning treats.
|Cookies of all shapes, sizes and flavors|
|Bars, cakes, Scandinavian potato pancakes and assorted beverages|
|An old fashioned sour cream donut|
|Our ticket to the heavenly baked goods|
Today, my son and I felt like maple bars. Maple bars were my Grandma Jessie's favorite and I think of her when I eat them.
|A pair of soft, butter, maple goodness bars|
We enjoy seeing families come in together on the weekends, during early morning walks with friends or a afternoon treat.
|An Instagram collage of sugary splendor|
|My bag of treasure|
|A happny blogger and her son after a visit to Sluys|