Rooster Hill Short Stay Suites
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... and unmatched. We are blessed that you two live so close here on the Olympic Peninsula. Sharon, thank you for sharing stories of your life, as I know through the sharing, they brought to life the times you and your late husband experienced during your cruising years. Then there were Diane, Marylyn, Shirley, Marsha and Noami, adding their own unique “spice” to the group. Such fun and laughter we shared! Then there were Gerry and Lynn, who ...
... that position has been eliminated and the job has been given to the ships librarian. I just paid $250 for 1100 minutes of shipboard time so everything has to be prepared ahead of time and posted in real time. Since photos take longer to upload, there may not be many of them until we return home. We'll see how it goes. "Life is a book and there are a thousand pages I have not yet read". Author ...
... and then walk out for dinner just down the road to the Cafe Garden restaurant and I have Wild Halibut and Jackie has Dungeness Crab Cakes everything is delicious but feeling shattered now and we even give the bar a miss and go back to the hotel not before looking at the awesome sunset over the town get to hotel pour a drink then sleep
Saturday 31st May
up early again and set out on a leisurely drive west to Marymere falls on the way we go past ...
... beside a beach called Gordon Beach-how's that!!
Arrived at John and Jennifer's in rain. Jennifer had made a magnificent meal of salmon followed by homemade berry pie.
Graeme and I had our own bedrom, ensuite and kitchen downstairs-what a change from the night before! Chocolates on the pillow too!
The Hicks' little boys Noah and Eli were just gorgeous and took to Graeme and Bruce like ducks to ...
... to the street. The cart is a nice large one, like at the Marriott and Hyatt . . . but the elevators are quite small . . . as in a lot of inner city, older hotels, so it takes some maneuvering . . . but mission accomplished. We get a cab on a sunny holiday Monday morning in Victoria and we are on our way to the Black Ball ferry terminal to ride the Coho!!
We are plenty early, I get our tickets and we settle the bags with Carol and her Nook . . . I look around and take a ...