Spring Bay Inn on Orcas Island
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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We had to stop at Camper's World to get parts to repair the motorized steps which we did in Tocoma. We bought a bunch of stuff but they didn't have the stairs part but called a CW North of us in Burlington which did have one. So we reserved it and headed out again. We stopped about 40 miles up I-5 and scored the part plus some generator parts that Sue wanted ...
... Jie rang me up and we headed back out thogether to get lunch before our whale watching tour at noon... When i get a signal i'll post pics... It was a 45 or so boat with a really nice deck on top. We were out for 3 hours total and saw many orcas and an unusual number of breaches too. After watching the huge orcas for about an hour we went along some seals basking in the sun in their perfect rock colored camoflage, then near an area across the canadian border to see ...
... Brianna had a retirement get together after work at the Beagle so was later than usual arriving home. She appeared with Her Friends, Kevin and Shaina and we headed off to the Ross Bay Pub where we indulged in drinks and appetizers while listening to live music. One of the performers was Art Garfunkel's twin. True to the age of the audience, they packed up around 9:00 pm and so did we. Time to catch up on some ...
... things, seeing them firsthand provides a new perspective. Because the streets are so narrow and the stairways inside the houses are very steep as well as narrow, every house along the canals has a "hook" at the roof line so furniture and other large items can be hoisted up a pulley system and in through a window. An interesting feature of the roads in Amsterdam is that the electric trains run right down the centre of the roadways with no barriers whatsoever. So ...
... the other cab driver was his extreme opposite. I was in the second cab. First of all, he needed a shower. Then, he never stopped talking the whole time, frequently looking into the back seat as he underscored the story. Stories essentially revolved around the lousy Greek economy which is true, of course. However he told us that in order to survive it was necessary to work 15 hours a day 7 days a week and any rates quoted are rock bottom and starvation ...