Cape Fox Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... very far. There was a bright spot though. The National Park centre ($5.00 to enter) had some really good films and other displays that give a visitor an introduction to the environment they have been travelling in (if you come from the north like us) or will be going to if travelling to the North. Definitely worth the entry fee. Creek street, which is a historic area, is built out over the river and from one of the ...
... in hand, headed for Bar Harbor and down to float six to Greg's boat. Greg is running a little late so we have time to explore a little and look a all the other boats.
A few minutes later Greg arrives and we load up and anxious to hit the fish! This is a no wake zone because of the harbor so we take a slow ride over to the Anderes Oil fuel dock where we can fuel up. On the way, we go past the shipyard where two of the Alaska Marine ...
... of highway on the island. Stolen cars aren't missing for very long around here!
We headed back into town for some shopping. You know tourists, they gotta get their souvenirs! We walked all over town and even got to see a cruise ship departing the dock. I showed everyone the building I used to work in at city hall, third floor and then we hit the shops. I used to hate working in downtown because the tourists think its Disneyland and they step ...
At Sea 20oC sunrise/sunset 5.30/9.45
We enjoyed a slow start to the day, realising that busy days are ahead of us. We were at sea all day, and there was a slight swell to start the day, but sea became tranquil after that. A thick fog came in mid-day, but gradually cleared and it was a delightful day of sailing. We saw what looked like some mini ...
... Towel/face towel. Well, Tammy and I had these neat full-length towels that you use for camping. They fold down really small and pack easy plus they dry really fast. I think in the future, I would also get the face towel size one as well. Gerri had two car chamois looking cloths that she sewed together and that worked just as well. Anything you can do to conserve space is a plus but you do need to have your own towel!
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