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... was. We arrived early in port so we were able to do a six hour guided tour of the city and surrounding area. Only 13 miles of highway on the whole island, but a nice little town with churches, museums, a state park, and friendly people. We had the best guide of any guide we have ever had in Europe or elsewhere. She had lived in Sitka for over 20 years; she had 7 kids, was a former school teacher, and was extremely knowledgeable on ...
... made our way back toward Bellingham. It was a smooth cruise at 17 knots, always keeping an eye out for “floaters”, rather large logs that are scattered around the tidal rip currents. Hitting them could cause some propeller problems and that is always a no no. The passage is uneventful and we arrive at Epiphany’s home slip at around 4 p.m. Nancy drops us back at our land yacht, Blue, with a promise to meet for lunch on Friday before heading up to Alaska on the car ...
... were about to do, named some rules etc. After this introduction we got a College Campus Tour by Mr. Schraml (Ulli). He showed us all the buildings and what was located where and we all were very impressed by the campus. It was quite big! After a lunch break we were supposed to fill sth. in order to get our student ID cards. Of course there was trouble with this. Apparently we were registered in the main database, but not in ...
... theme we got takeout for dinner from White Spot next door - Benny had the teriyaki chicken stirfry & I had the bourbon BBQ ribs - yum. Monday 08.04.13: Happy birthday Saz. Hope you enjoy your first birthday with Brooke & that Chris spoils you - never know he may have another can of 'floral bouquet' up his sleeve hehe :) xxx We packed up & checked out of Capilano River RV Park this morning & hit the road. There wasn't too much traffic so it took us about an hour to get ...
... from Alaska] is indeed a fair haven for most any activity. Never overly crowded even on weekends when afternoon music in the city center park draws probably all it can.
Both are classic old cites made up of wide pedestrian and bicycle friendly streets lined with old red brick buildings out-fitted with all the modern accoutrement's, great eateries, breweries and seaside parks. What I didn't know before about the area is ...
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