The Wild Iris Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up, Lee had an iChat going with Merle. Refreshed and rejuvenated, we headed to the Canyon Ranch seminar on using T-Spheres to Relieve Tight Muscles and Tension. A trip to the barista was well deserved as we awaited the start of lunch. I had to make a trip back to the room for my fleece because I was too cold at lunch. As we travel about the ship, we're following the tradition we established on our first cruise - we take the stairs. Every step counts in ...
... femelles sempre amb els cadells. Sabíeu que les foques poden capbussar-se fins a sota l'aigua més de 300m. per buscar menjar? Foques i lleons marins són animals carnívors que s'alimenten de peixos, crustacis i fins i tot de petits pingüins. També vam veure dues Àligues calbes, també residents a l'illa de Vancouver. Sabíeu que aquestes àligues mengen principalment peixos, carronya, ratolins i rates i fins i tot altres aus? ...
Went fishing at Cornet Bay with brother-in-laws Dan and Conrado. I caught the first fish. Then Conrado caught 4 in 30 minutes. Then Dan caught 4 in 30 minutes. I had 2 by then and then caught a third one. The largest was 24 inches. I never caught my 4th. Next time they are buying the coffee ...
... 3 pinks. Lots of boats out there as we were right next to a marina. Watched as one guy backed his trailer and boat down the ramp and the boat just floated away as he forgot to tie it to something. Luckily another boater retrieved it for him. Not a place I want to fish very often though. ...
... to navigate. He returned south to rejoin Vancouver without having found Deception Pass. It appeared that Skagit Bay was a dead-end and that Whidbey Island and Fidalgo Island were a long peninsula attached to the mainland. In June the expedition sailed north along the west coast of Whidbey Island. Vancouver sent Joseph Whidbey to explore inlets leading to the east. The first inlet turned out to be ...