The Captain Whidbey Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... while watching ships roll in and out. I think it was the dreamiest coffee shop I have ever been in, and the coffee was also incredible. We stayed until they were closing down and cleaning up. After our coffee, we decided it was time to finally check out one of Washington’s many cideries. We drove back towards our campsite and made our way to Finn River Cidery, a very small operation surrounded by an orchard ...
... anything in the city so we had to Wing it and we made it out OK. We joined the line up at Peace Arch the Border crossing and it took us 1 hour and 10 minutes to get through. So we beat the Kamloopian girls by 10 minutes. We had a quick lunch in Blaine at an "Eric" style Café and then we were off down the freeway, speed limit 70 MPH but Kaff was driving and thought that was too outrageous so happily sat on 60 MPH.
We headed to Tulalip ...
... teary eyed every time she talks with them now...so this will work best for everyone. :-) We are all headed to Vancouver tomorrow morning....that should be a blast. Today was real fun after a grueling drive up I-5...Seattle is nuts. I tried to show Joanna the guitar museum...but, she had typed in the address without putting North by the street and we ended up driving in ...
... the battery and tape the terminal wires. We ordered a cab and headed for our BnB. We have used Airbnb.com for some of our other travels and we've never been disappointed. Kelly and Caetano were great hosts for our two night visit. After a whirlwind two weeks of craziness, it was really relaxing just to chill in their home and take long walks in their neighborhood. Caetano even offered to drop us off at the airport. What ...
After visiting Anacortes and crossing Deception Pass, on highway 20, we made our way to Fort Ebey State Park. Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre camping park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II. Concrete platforms mark the gun locations. The park has three miles ...