Skagit Bay Hideaway
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... in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Our plan is to stay in Tennessee until January 14th, taking some side trips into Charleston, SC and Atlanta but the real aim of this one-and-a-half month trip is to get re-acquainted with the grands in Murfreesboro. Deb just can't wait to see the kids since it's been two years ago when they came up to B.C. for Christmas.
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... out (it's the law). I had to tie on a new buzz bomb cuz the fish I caught tore it up so bad. Very next cast....... BANG, fish on! I got him ashore and on the stringer and in the salmon log. Just had to show the Homeys how it was done. LOL Very fun last day of fishing for me. Special thanks for Tim ...
... fish via a boat at low tide, cannot pick-up and take any wild or sea life, rocks, wood and a few other restrictions. There is tons of beautiful drift wood everywhere, but it must be left as is. We head back to our campsite and sit outside with a glass of wine. A couple and their dog come by, Janice and Mike we talk for quite a while. They leave, we stay outside a little while longer then head in the RV for ...
... woman purchase 9 gallons of milk! I figured they must be buying them for their friends & family too.
My overall feeling of the area so far: not "feeling" the shopping experience here when there are droves of people piling their carts like they are preparing for a hurricane or something. It's great for the economy of the area, but not for me.
Tomorrow, we head into Vancouver.
We made our way north to Deception Pass State Park for what we found to be a beautiful area. We also visited the towns of Oak Harbor, Anacortes and Coupeville.
A group of sailors led by Joseph Whidbey, part of the Vancouver Expedition, found and mapped Deception Pass on June 7, 1792. George Vancouver gave it the name "Deception" because it had misled him into thinking Whidbey Island ...