Whale Watch Inn by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rushed into the sea every few miles and the road twisted around each one.
We stopped at MacKerricher State Park because they had a sign announcing the posession and display of a grey whale skeleton. It was true, Andrew was excited about the sight, but probably not as much as I was. We continued to the day use part of the park. Here we bypassed the beach and walked down the boarded path onto a cape. Below the cape, a collection of rocks in the sea ...
... is it so hard to find healthy food for picnics. Do you know we have now been in at least 5 food markets and have yet to find cold meat that is not ham or roast beef. Well, you can buy the pre packaged stuff but it just doesn't look great. Guess we are getting pretty spoiled. This place really needs a good fix of Italian deli!
Now thats off my chest .... bringing you up to ...
... Inn which I booked through Hotwire, a website I was told about by Colleen in the SHU office - thanks Colleen it has been great. I was due to pick up my hire car in the afternoon of the 17 June so spent the morning ambling about Seattle. I travelled on the monorail to the Seattle centre and spent a couple of hours in the EMP, for the uninitiated the Experience Music Project which is linked to the Science Fiction Museum. Both were really good fun and had ...
... All the short term volunteers are different, but the other people are the same. I'm back living in the same yome I was in when I left in Sept. I haven't had a chance to work on the stamper, but I've learned the collator and that is a lot of fun. Heavy lifting and you must really move when it is running well, but the day goes by fast. If I did this on a regular basis, I wouldn't need to go to the gym! I expected a lot of rain, ...
Full Moon Day Monday night was a total eclipse of the full moon, in case any of you failed to take note of that. Full moon days are always auspicious to Tibetan Buddhists, and they say anything you do (good or bad) on those days is multiplied 100,000 times. So once a month you have the chance to really add to your karma points or guarantee yourself rebirth as a cockroach, however it goes. I am being a ...