Skiff Point Guest House
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... and enjoyed some 'gorge'-ous views (groan... sorry I couldn't resist that one). That night we were supposed to be going out but we were so tired out from the hiking that we ended up crashing on the sofa with a film - also a first for me, an Anime called Spirited Away which I enjoyed.
The next day we had lunch with Sharon's lovely friend Ally and then Sharon dropped me off for the Bolt Bus (like the Greyhound but slightly less sketchy). I was really sad to leave Portland ...
... through a lot of Daz to keep them that bright. I guess they were on a little holiday and on a bit of a rampage – the hostel had a comedy night that evening and someone there had seen one of the sailors getting down and dirty with a girl on the side of the street. Classy!
On Friday we ventured up a hill to a lookout – we decided against going up the Space Needle and it turns out this was a good decision – the lookout gives pretty much the same ...
... to know Rebecca and Molly from Minneapolis, Mn. There’s been some extreme weather over that way this winter and it was interesting to hear how people with endurance cope with that.
The tour finished at the Zietgeist Coffee House. Ed had been feeding up attractions and walks to consider along the way and over coffee we were able to recap over a map. There are a lot of options. We thanked and said goodbye to Ed, it ...
... cold drive through the mid-west that is about to happen. The bad news is that temperatures are as low as -20....the good news is that the forecast doesn't call for rain or storms, so that should help us with good non-icy road conditions.
I'll be back to update this again as soon as I can and will try to post
any pictures I can along the way.
Till next time!
... head on. Secondly, he chose to use the Inshore passages,, which were calm by comparison, and while this involved much manoeuvring of the ship around the many islands; I do not know of one passenger getting sick.
We are ...