Camano Island Inn
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... the power was out due to the storm yesterday, so all the stores and restaurants were closed - sound familiar? So we drove on to Kingston and had a great lunch at the Drifter Galley Grill near the ferry wharf. We then returned to Port Townsend.
Monday, we woke up to grey skies and cool temps and cooler wind chills after a night of strong winds, but not as heavy as they were Saturday. We spent most of the day, just hanging around ...
... was great fun and not too cold. Ella decided to have a go paddling on the board, she was given the challenge to beat Uncle Scott and stand up. Challenge accepted. Lunch was grilling our own hotdogs which was fun! Aunty Debra's zucchini relish is to die for. Followed by the ever popular s'mores.We packed up and headed home where Uncle Alan took one for ...
... Independence. This is where Leon Uris's famous novel "Exodus" was filmed. We return south to the Coastal city of Haifa and ascend to the top of Mt. Carmel for a beautiful panoramic view of Haifa Bay and the Bahai Gardens below. This is also where according to Christian Tradition Elijah the Prophet fought the false prophets of the Baal. We will arrive to our hotel in Haifa for check-in. In the evening, we will enjoy a relaxing dinner at our hotel. <b>Overnight in Haifa ...
... 10 am - just to find that it was the last day of Crab Season, and there was AT LEAST 50 pickup trucks with boat trailers crowded into the area that we were suppose to do the fireworks. We had to sit around and visit with the crab buyers until after 1:00 in the afternoon until there was enough ...