The Bluff on Whidbey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Mount Vernon is a city in Skagit County, Washington, United States. The population was 31,743 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Skagit County. Downtown Mount Vernon is known for its annual Tulip Festival Street Fair, which is part of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. The climate of Skagit County is similar to that of Northern France, with millions of tulips grown in the Skagit ...
... for our trip so we looked toward Everett Navy base and we were able to see the ship. We decided to go toward the base and we stopped at Harborview Park and got a great view of the ship moving past us going out of port. VERY NEAT! Hard to believe it was a highlight of the trip and we had not even picked up Vern yet. The ship headed west so we went back to the Ferry port and out to the Lighthouse. ...
... Read the entire thing. Cabela's made a mistake but the truth about the tax is still interesting. More taxes for us. Gotta pass the law to know what is in it.......... Nancy "the Fool" Pelosi.
Fishing yesterday afternoon was just about impossible due to the wind. Might try it again today.
No fishing today. Giving the fish a rest. ...
We had another travel day yesterday. An early morning bus Banff to Calgary, then a 2and a1/2 hour wait for our 1 and 1/2 hour flight to Seattle. 3 hours in Seattle airport then a 20 minute flight to Bellingham. Not necessarily a bad thing really as it gave us some much needed recovery time to get over our viruses. On the Alaskan ferries today. Not sure we whether we will have Internet coverage from the ferries so might have a bit of catching up to do on this blog in a few ...
... the north end of the island isn't open until 1 August. Just a way to confuse people and fine them and get the state more money. They have more little rules than Maine does, and that is saying something.
Six million pink salmon expected in Puget Sound this year. The Indians get first crack at them I am told, outside Puget Sound with their gill nets.