Anaco Bay Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After our first supermarket run of the trip we hit lots more hills and traffic. Scenery was worth it though. Spent lunch at Pass Lake where some guy was trying and failing to construct and row a catamaran/canoe type thing - very odd. Then made it to highlight of the day - Deception Pass, which links Puget Sound with the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Pacific. There were a lot of emergency ...
... just as delicious as it was the first day we ate here.
Also, there is a huge Naval Air Base here on Whidbey Island. They have been having drills over the last couple of days and we can feel their vibration at our campground when they pass nearby/overhead. It's a pretty big base and there is a number of restricted areas throughout the island used by the Navy for drills/practice, Richie, I wondered if they had any of the ...
At 8.32 am on May 18 1980. Geological survey volcanologist, David Johnston, uttered the words "Vancouver, Vancouver, this is it!" They were to be his final words. The side of 9677ft Mt St Helens slid away in the largest landslide in recorded history creating an up to 150mph avalanche, and the ensuing 350C blast of ash and pumice travelled at 300mph, killing everything within a 200 sq mile area. Within 15 ...
Hi this is Elena writing today. Sorry if my writing skills are rough, this is my first time writing in the blog.
Anyway, today was our last day in Vancouver Island so we decided to do the attraction that the whole world is dying to do: killer whale watching!!!!
I think that that was the highlight so far. There were more than 80 whales in the one pod,(big family) all around us. This pod which i forgot the name of ...
... salmon running up stream to spawn. Lunch in Ketchikan in a lodge overlooking the harbour with 4 cruise ships tied up to the wharf. Then just walked around the town. Maria and one of the ladies from the ferry visited a brothel in the old red light district while Mick watched fisher people catch salmon from a bridge over a creek that rains up through the town. Who has their priorities right here? The town is built on the sides of a ...