Samish Point by the Bay

Address: 447 Samish Point Dr, Bow, Washington, 98232, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 447 Samish Point Dr, Bow, is near Chuckanut Drive and Samish Island.
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Travel Blogs from Bow

Athens-Turkey-Amsterdam Sept. 25th - Oct. 12/2014

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 29, 2014

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... a hill over 700 feet high. The ambitious can climb 850 to 1000 steps to reach it, (stories vary), but didn't count because we took the bus! It was built by the Venetians during the late 17th Century. Naturally it has a magnificent view of the city and the harbour. But for us, Nafplion was mainly the port from which we took a bus trip to the ancient city of Mycenae. To reach Mycenae we drove past acres of citrus orchards and through hills in the land ...

Qualicum Beach

A travel blog entry by budabbottblog on Sep 20, 2014

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... but the gate was locked. I climbed over the spiky gate and surveyed the place. Anne could not get over the scary spikes of the gate so she stood lookout. It is a Wow of an estate with beach front and lots of land for additional structures (dormitories), and parking. I dropped Anne off in Qualicum and headed back to Nanimo and caught the 7:30 PM ferry to the mainland. I crossed back into the US at Blain, WA and drove to Skaget and crashed. It was a long day. During the drive I ...

The Mountain the Blew it's top off!

A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jul 23, 2014

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... for months at a time, extension of the interurban was put off indefinitely. The completion of the Pacific Highway between Seattle and Bellingham in 1920 posed a great threat to the still incomplete interurban line. After a series of accidents and bridge wash outs, passenger service on the money-losing line was permanently suspended in June 1930. In 1969, Interstate 5 was built through downtown, severing it from most of ...

Back to the USA!

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 04, 2013

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... and he stayed on until we hit 56 mph! Therefore, on this trip, the stink bug wins! Or, maybe because the stink bug was bigger and heavier, we should have different weight categories. Small things amuse small minds.









The day went by with lots of laughs and we drove back into the USA about 6:00. It was another small border crossing and we went through with ...

The Moresby Loop

A travel blog entry by coachfrick on Jul 07, 2013

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Today Greg and I set out on a paddle from Thieves Bay with the intention of going to Rum Island for lunch. We crossed to Moresby Island no problem but ended up being too close to Moresby to catch the good ebb current. Consequently, it took a bit longer than usual to get to Fairfax Point. Being a bit peckish we decided to have lunch there, explore the point and return via the back side of Moresby. This was very interesting as I had not paddled close to the farm ...