Highland Inn of San Juan Island
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... bits of floating blubber in the water, de-lish! The pod was small numbering about 5 but they were quite happy milling around playing with their food. Unlike some other countries we've been to, there are very strict rules about how close you can get to them so we were never closer than 250 yards. Close enough to see them but not great for focussed close up pictures even with a 300mm lens, nevertheless a great experience and the Zodiac was probably the best way ...
... He can name the artist for every item in the collection. And there are a LOT of pieces in the collection. I am still trying to process it all.
There is a room dedicated to the art of Helen Loggie. She is considered by many to be the greatest artist that ever lived on the islands. The museum has a very impressive collection of her work. She dedicated herself to her art and I am interested in knowing more about ...
... taking a wrong turn and landed ourselves at the Point Roberts USA check point. I know we had talked about smuggling ourselves over some obscure crossing so we could still do our Alaskan, San Fran and Mexico part of our trip but we had long ago put this to bed. So .... We hop into the "return to Canada" lane and join the queue to show our passports and continue on to the Island. It made both our sets of toes tingle when the customs guy said "Mr Walker your passport ...
... traveling against the wind and the big waves that come with it.
One of the systems we have installed onboard is an AIS transponder. This lets us see big ships on our chartplotter and maybe more importantly it lets them see us. Believe it or not there is an app for that. We can see them on our iPad and iPhone as well.
That's it for now we as have to hit the sack in order to be up early to catch the tide.
... is doing. He did this confusing-slightly-awkward hand shake/kiss on the cheek thing before leaving. Wasn't sure how to take it at first since some of the guys on the ship can be kind of forward or 'flirty' (aka creepy) by winking or making puckering noises at you but I later learned the cheek kiss is just part of his culture and he isn't anyone I'd have to worry about. ( No worries Mike! =P )