The Captain Whidbey Inn
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Day started early. Feeling refreshed and ready to go. Took the ferry out to Kingston then drove over to Port Angeles. Beautiful scenery en route, which included a nice little floating bridge! Port Angeles is small but quaint. Next, onto Hurricane Ridge, up in the Olympic National park. WOW. That's all I need to say. 20 mile drive up the mountains with breathtaking views the whole way. Saw BAMBI at ...
We woke up to another foggy day ready to do It all again. The kids were excited to get back on the water and it looked like perfect conditions, the water was like glass. Dad was chosen as the accompanying adult as he is the " fun parent". First was lachie and Dad on the tube the pace was set pretty fast and I was desperate to see a stack I was not disappointed. A ...
... better until the high temperatures, use of A/C and stop and go traffic of LA. The most we paid for premium gas was $4.29 (WA) and lowest $3.27 (NM).
I am always asked "What was the best part of the trip?" We saw so much, visited so many family and friends and had such a good time that it is really hard to single out one thing. But it was really great to spend so much one on one time with my bride of 48 years,
... here, spending some time taking in the sights and meeting some family - having the time to chill out and ease into this has been perfect, especially when there have been a few things I've still needed to think about back home.
It's definitely been a learning experience for me here, and I'll be sad to leave on Monday. ...
... been staked. But Seattle became a rich and notable city.
It also has lots of places to eat, some in interesting and historic buildings, some with excellent cuisine, some with new and different concepts, some overlooking beautiful Puget Sound. Our budget doesn’t lend itself to eating out but I’d suggested we have lunch there rather than taking a picnic. Nigel enthusiastically agreed. We knew ...