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Travel Blogs from Friday Harbor
... won’t stop me from trying. It is by far the most interesting museum I have ever been to (an honor previously held by a museum of modern art in South Korea). The Lambiel Museum houses Leo Lambiel and his magnificent art collection. Or as Leo himself said “museums house art, I just happen to live here too.” As we begin the guided tour, we learn that Leo collects work from artists that reside or have resided on ...
... traveling against the wind and the big waves that come with it.
One of the systems we have installed onboard is an AIS transponder. This lets us see big ships on our chartplotter and maybe more importantly it lets them see us. Believe it or not there is an app for that. We can see them on our iPad and iPhone as well.
That's it for now we as have to hit the sack in order to be up early to catch the tide.
... they all end up dying there within about a week. Such is the circle of life, It was actually quite fascinating. And a pretty cool thing to stumble upon. We arrived in Victoria in the late afternoon and went for a walk to check out the downtown area. We saw the Parliament building all lit up, it looked really pretty. The road adjacent was blocked off and it seemed there was something going on... We soon discovered that we had arrived on the night of the ...
... just after 4 pm to be sure to catch the 5.30 pm ferry back to Vancouver Island. Our final dinner together was Thai takeout (pretty brave/stupid of Nadine to pick a hot green curry after the stomach issues of the night before; May was more cautious and just had a little plain rice).
Before turning in for the night, we did a final check to make sure we had all our belongings in the camper, so that we can leave at 7.30(ish) tomorrow ...
... After he left me to go see his friends, I spent a bit of time looking out at the beauty of the Inner Harbour and feeling sad. I cried a little too. I was able to stand back from my sadness and watch it go by. I wasn't consumed by it. I saw it for what it was. A passing feeling that showed me I was alive.
Now I was ready to not just go LOOK at the places I would be going to in Hungary and Romania, but to really SEE ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking