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... to wait in line for over an hour to cross the border. We had to hand over our Canadian tomatoes but everything else was fine and off we went towards Bellingham. We didn't know where we going to stay the night so we stopped in at Wendy's for a burger and more importantly some internet and checked our emails and maps. We decided to drive until we saw an RV park ..... But an hour later we spotted Seattle Prime outlets and Tulilup Casino. We wandered the shops again, not buying too ...
... 8217;s movie theater, the forward (I.e., at the bow of the boat) lounge outfitted with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows and cozy seats, where I’m sitting now with Carolyn, catching up on these blog entries. We never leave our cabin without the binoculars and camera, and a good book. At one point, Carolyn leans over to me, closing her book, and comments on just how much she has enjoyed being largely without internet access for this whole trip (except for our stops in town), ...
... role in James Michener's Alaska, which I read prior to the trip. We actually saw the house in which Michener lived while he penned Alaska. We didn't know it at the time, but Sitka was the only highlight of the four day ferry cruise, and I do mean the only highlight. Oh, I forgot, we did see a lighthouse one day.
Here's a little insert on Sitka:
Epiphany, a 36’ Norstar motor yacht, is the vessel that carried us across the Bellingham pass into the San Juan islands. As Captain Gary predicts, the overcast burns off and the afternoon is sunny, with a brilliant blue sky. The two Cummins diesels propel us along at 15 knots per hour, past beautiful coves, seaside cottages and picturesque villages.
We stop for lunch in a lovely cove that Gary has used as an overnight anchorage in the past. The day is so moderate that ...
I spent the last day of my trip completely with my hostfamily. I started the day by preparing to leave. I packed my bags early, so there was no need to do that in the evening. After that Kellie's sister stopped by and asked me how I found the trip and she asked me what I thought of everything and everybody. We kept talking and talking and it was really nice.
In the afternoon I gave my gifts from Holland ...
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