The Wild Iris Inn
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... decide to drive if we later cross inland to Vancouver. We made the ferry reservation for Sunday morning at 8:25 am. There are only departures at 8:25am and 2:50pm. Since we do not want to waste the entire day we decided to leave at the earlier time. Now the only issue is the RV, we aren't taking it across the border, we can leave it here at the park but we have to pay $7.50 for each night we are gone and the nights will ...
Left Thunderbird in Monroe, Wa. This morning. Drove an 1 1/2 to La Conner, Wa., La Conner Thousand Trails Resort. It is a large resort, lots of RV sites in a wooded area. We were hoping to get an ocean view site, but no luck. There were a few but they were too small or to tight of a squeeze to get the 5th wheel in. It is much cooler here than other places we have been to and since this resort is so wooded, ...
Tulip Festival is an annual event here in Washington State that I have never attended. It takes place in La Conner every April and attracts over 1,000,000 visitors. The tulips fields take up over 300 acres of farm land. I have not done much exploring around Washington State and there is a lot to explore here. I think the biggest reason why is because I have not had someone worth exploring with. Claire has become a great ...
... over the past 10 months!
I did take some nice photos, but wasn't out enough to do much of that. I've got great photos of the inside of the tent, but I don't think you'd be interested in those.
But home now, rested and feeling much better. Got my appetite back after 6 days and am well on the road to getting back the 6 pounds I lost and more.
Stay tuned for the next wild adventure: Israel in 10 days!
... Thursday to go to the cabin for the weekend but we were having such a good time we wanted to stay down in Washington for another couple nights. Our campsite was booked up so we started asking around if there was anywhere else people would recommend going. A park ranger suggested The North Cascade National Park, neither of us had heard of it before so we thought why not! Little did we know we were about to be blown away by the beauty of the glacier mountains and ...