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Travel Blogs from Friday Harbor
... enough said.
We had dinner that night at Cask and Schooner. We split a Caesar Salad and a Hamburger. All the food we have had on this island has been amazing. We then had ice cream and sat on the pier watching the fireworks go off from a ship on the ocean. Great 4th of July!
Tomorrow we leave for Mount Rainer!
Pictures to come soon
... in with my new students for the year. Andrew continues to be involved in dozens of interesting work projects (think kelp farming) in addition to his teaching duties. Our renovation plans are mostly finalized and we're moving out of our house this weekend for a month or so. We've already had a few snags that moved the timeline back by a couple of weeks but we're trying to keep our eyes on the prize - it will look great when it's all finished!
... favourite shopes - Sephora. (We left Rex to study the back of his eyelids in one of the conveniently located armchairs in the middle of the Mall). I'm glad we don't have that store in NZ; I'd be juggling whether to eat, or buy my fav cosmetics!! As it was I gave the credit card a bit of a pounding there, but overall I know I was on the right side of the ledger as prices in Canada are significantly cheaper for most cosmetic items than in NZ.
... place - the loo! Lovely Dublin woman who'd been living in Seattle for the last 30 years. She was camping with her family and around 3 other families. She introduced to every single person: She: "This is Mags from Cork! And guest what, she's....' (nudge in my arm) Me: "...cycling to San Francisco" About 20 times. In fairness, the adults were enthusiastic but the teenagers looked at me like I needed my head examined. There was ...
... two inflatables about 20 rods and two hundred flies everything is handmade.
Ron and Jeanette will be taking me to Kimberly Canada where I will be fly fishing and landing big salmon, well maybe!!!
We went to Mt Baker following the Nooksack river, its many and varied rapids and falls, were appearing periodically and majically between the heavily wooded valleys and ravines. These sights were broken on the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed