Juniper Lane Guest House

Address: 1312 Beaverton Valley Rd, Friday Harbor, Washington, 98250, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1312 Beaverton Valley Rd, Friday Harbor, is near The Whale Museum, Captain Carli's Whale Watch, Westcott Bay Sculpture Park, and San Juan County Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Friday Harbor

      Goodbye San Juan Islands

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Nov 02, 2013

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      ... a great group of participants. The presentations were followed by interesting discussions- onboard the bus, the ferry and at meals. Every field trip was informative and enjoyable. The meals were delicious. I am still trying to process everything we saw at the Lambiel Museum. There is so much to take in that to truly appreciate the museum probably requires multiple ...

      San Juan Island Exploration

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 29, 2013

      8 photos

      ... Spirit in the Islands.” Both the presenter, Emily, and the artist, Darleen, did a magnificent job of setting the stage for the art we would soon be exposed to. I learned that I do not have the patience to create glass art- I’m far too fidgety for that kind of precision. Darleen however is very skilled and was able to talk to us, answer our question and make a beautiful bead, readying it for the kiln.


      A travel blog entry by lindann on Aug 13, 2013

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      ... boats of all shapes and sizes.It is beautiful with hanging baskets and flowers everywhere. Next we had lunch overlooking the water.
      There are lots of impressive looking buildings with the Parliament Building the most impressive so we went in and had a look around. Next to that is a bell tower that chimes on the hour and the museum. ...

      From "Oh Wow!" Oregon & Washington to beautiful BC

      A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on May 15, 2013

      3 comments, 30 photos

      ... with its huge watershed draining the mountains of their rain and melting snow over a massive area the volume of water coming down the Columbia is mind boggling. So much so that its mouth and the ever moving bar across it are known to create some of the most dangerous breaking seas on the US coastline. As we later discovered it is here that the US Coastguard trains its lifeboat crews in rough water boat handling in their famous 47 ft cutters.

      Built towards the end ...

      Last day

      A travel blog entry by saehinger on Aug 31, 2012

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      Visited the whale museum, and Lime Kiln State Park (Whale Watch Park). Spent several hours at the park, but finally the whales showed up just as I was getting ready to leave. Great place to see the whales and other marine life from land. Time to go home. Nothing but travel now - clipper back to Seattle, on to the airport and then the red-eye to ...