Anderson Creek Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... eventually found us in our RV and we made plans to meet up on Sunday. They had booked a time share apartment in Creekside which is the south end of Whistler. Bob and Vella were coming up to stay for a few days and we would also meet up with Jan's niece Jillian, who were have met before on her visit to WA and also on our last visit in 2007. Bob is an avid fan of the Canucks Ice Hockey team and they had a training camp in Whistler this weekend so we headed off the to see what ...
... tour through town and the various shops, but this time make no purchases. We stop at Castle Hill, where Russia signed over the U.S. purchase of Alaska for 19 cents an acre, after Russia had nearly extirpated the beavers for their pelts. The purchase, negotiated and executed by a U.S. government representative by the last name of Seward, was dubbed “Seward’s Folly” - since it occurred before gold was discovered. Arriving back at our bus stop, we are picked up ...
It was wonderful to see Gary and Nancy Lazerus again. They ate dinner with us the first night at our RV, which we parked in Ferndale, a small town 45 minutes from the Canadian border. Lunch the next day with Gary, Nancy and their son Daniel and Gary's Dad Mitch in a typical casual understated but good Bellingham restaurant. Over the next few days we hung out at their beautiful Bellingham home, only 25 minutes from our ...
... us. Fortunately, we made it or I would be writing this blog from Ketchikan. So much for Ketchikan.
We had no more stops after Ketchikan so I'll just tell you about our cruise. I mean "ferry trip;" we weren't supposed to call it a "cruise." The first thing the crew tells you when you board the Columbia (our ferry) is: "this is no cruise ship." The minute we opened the door of our luxury cabin we knew they were right. Very ...
... occupied, so we tell Millie we want all five of the shelf sets she has in stock. No problem. I gasp as tiny little Millie, who looks about 45 kilos/years grabs some of the heavy boxes and loads them onto her stock cart. She then proceeds to roll them to the checkout, haggles with the operator and a supervisor about the discount, and then takes them to the car park before smiling and returning to her post.