The Captain Whidbey Inn
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... boats, the typical fishy smell, and locals milling around quietly.
After the marina, we went into town and quickly took in the main drag. It was lined with cute shops, tiny restaurants, and clothing stores aimed at aging women. There was not a chain store or restaurant in sight, which was really cool. We settled in at a wonderful coffee shop, Better Living Through Coffee, overlooking the bay, where we sat ...
... for the week as we drove over 10,000 Klms I was a bit disappointed there was not trophy involved.
The taxi took us into town for about $20 less than the previous driver...not to self...Don't trust any cab drivers that wear Turbans. We got dropped at Thrifty in Seymour Street and we picked up a Rav 4 and then we were back on the road in a slightly smaller vehicle so it felt like we were sitting on the road. The Garmin GPS couldn't ...
... to "earn" our calories. At 2:00 we went to talk on Diamonds, Exotic and Alaskan Gemstones. I looked like one of those bobbling birds as I kept falling asleep. We checked into future cruises and now we're kicked back relaxing in the room. Bojan, the butler for our room just delivered our afternoon canapes. Each morning, we make a selection for the day. Today we each chose, guacamole, salsa, and homemade chips. You can see me working on the blog. Can you say, ...
... family", as their biological mother had a dozen or more siblings, but I suspect it is going to be quite an experience.
My plan is to have each of us (myself, Susie, Kidist and Ruth) write something each day of the trip. That way I won't have to try to capture the emotions or thoughts of the other 3 (which I'm sure will be unique).
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 ...