Eaglenest Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a sheriffs deputy pulled up right behind us and lit us up. This guy had zero grace and a nasty attitude for so early in the morning. He promptly kicked us out of the truck bed and berated the driver for trying to help us out. I have quite a tangent to pursue on the state of law enforcement in this country but we will save that for another angle. The driver did reduce our four mile walk to the scissors into about two and we were glad for it. Back to the scissors and moving down trail ...
... can to take care of another hikers problem. Icing on the cake; our campground was across the street from a water cache consisting of approx 20 one gallon jugs. I had brought over 7 emptys the night before so everyone in camp could carry one back over to the cache on trail the next morning, a short .3 miles away. As Becca and I left camp that morning, carrying another 2 gallons to the cache, we encountered the tp snubbers again, except this time ...
... lunch so it kept us going while there. We walked through the Penguin encounter and Turtle reef and went on the Ripride rescue. Rorke was just too short to go on but he was pretty pleased to have to wait on the side, We then headed to Manta. Rich and Courtney joined the queue, we were told it was 40 min so the rest of us headed to watch the Sealion show which was pretty funny. Got some more candy and headed to meet them only to find out it was a 20 ...
... on, saw a lot a neat (sleeping) animals. Then went back to take the bus tour that went around the zoo ( there was a 45 minute wait standing in line when we first got there) and gave some background about the zoo, the animals, the projects the zoo undertakes. Not a bad way to spend the day.
Back at the TT park, we decided to leave a day early due to there only being 30 amp service which did not allow our 3 ...
... Store/Casino enroute and saved a bit on fuel. Then we drove the few miles and got propane for $2.99 a gallon. Cheap by what we pay at home. The rest of the trip was uneventful. This CG is only about forty miles from where we were, as the crow flies. More if he drives.
It’s so quiet here, that it’s truly hard to believe. Many of the folks stay the full season of eight months. Our first full day, it got to ...