Should have posted before this about:
It was a nice little show, with a lot of fun people, including Your Mom Comics and Neoglyphic Media. Sales weren't hot, but there was a lot of potential for show growth. Had a lot of fun getting to talk to My Peeps in Our Language.
Easy to get to, with access parking. Admittedly, the only place to eat was a Subway, but their crew was supportive of the show.
The day before, Dan and I had gone down to Port Angeles to see the new movie, "Lincoln." While waiting, we wandered the farmer's market at the bus terminal. Got to talking to the organization that runs farmer's market. At least one of their people was so jazzed by the idea of comics shows locally, she left her table to hunt me up after I'd left it and continue the discussion.
More and more people out here are realizing it doesn't take an army of minions to run a comics show, and that there are many different ways of doing it.