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Travel Blogs from Friday Harbor
... be a bit farther down the road.
We are a day or two behind schedule because the outboard motor that we use to push our inflatable dinghy was sick. It is now fixed and we're set to head out from the islands tomorrow bright and early.
The plan is to head from here across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Port Angeles. We'll fuel up there and then head for Neah Bay. Yeah we are on a sailboat but we do have a motor on it and use ...
... working on his section of the presentation, and we will combine them when he is done. Hopefully all of us have our “Speeches” to Mike for translation - if not, this is a PRIORITY! We need to get the translations done and get ourselves perfecting them in Korean asap - if we absolutely need to we may record our speeches, or use an interperter, but we really want to try to stay away from that option - lets be ...
... overlook area. From this area if the whales go by you are really close to them. We waited there for a while until it was time to catch the last bus which was at 4:30pm. We were pretty bummed that we didn't see any whales and decided that this confirmed that we are bad luck when it comes to wildlife sightings.
The bus was right on time and we ended up riding back out with the family of 4 we had ridden in with. On our way out from the park the other ...
... br> this morning by an elderly lady with a walker returning from the Promenade deck
and requesting help with the heavy door. She shared that she had just completed
3 laps (about .8 miles). I am fortunate that for me walking is easy and a
pleasure, but I felt it quite inspirational that this lady, for whom it must be
quite a chore, showed the dedication to stay as active as her situation
permitted. May we all age so gracefully.
... There are only a few streets in the main downtown area filled with souvenir shops, restaurants and various small boutiques. It was a beautiful sunny day with a temperature probably around 80 degrees. We ate at a restaurant called the Hungary Clam with the self-proclaimed "Worlds best fish and chips". With that claim I had to have some and so did Aria. I was a little bit disappointed. I'd like to find the "Worlds second-best fish and chips" and compare.