Fairfield Inn & Suites Burlington
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... any one have to get back on time?" If we went to look for the "animals" we would be an hour late returning. No one said they had to return to Anacortes on time.
After more that an hour we arrived at an area surrounded by boats. The "animals" were orcas. The captain never said what they were for fear that they would be gone by the time we got there. There was at least one ...
... for the caches took us on a journey through the Fremont area, a trek of probably 3+ miles. On this journey we came upon a number of the interesting public works of art that grace the area.
The etched wall was next to the parking lot where we parked the motorhome for the day. The first geocache we found was in the "Chairy Tree" and the dinosaur topiary was actually the ...
... incredibly colourful feast for the eyes.
I'm not sure of all the bulb growing history in the Skagit Valley but I have been to the Roozengaarde Gardens & know that William Roozen came from Holland & started the business in 1950. Today, Roozen's small company has grown to be the largest tulip-bulb grower in the country. Over 70 million cut ...
... wanted to help the community and he encouraged everyone to keep their old shops etc and now they have a historical town that is full of tourists. We had lunch here and I had Mexican served by a Mexican at a recreated pub.
After leaving Winthrop, we headed into the mountains where there were vistas everywhere you looked. The mountains were very high and craggy and the next ones had splotches of snow on them. We saw Ross Dam which has made a beautiful lake and ...
... bought some post cards and stamps to mail home to friends. However, she ended up with 4 stamps she didn't use and they have been in her desk ever since. She figured that next time she went to Canada, she could use them and this trip, she remembered to bring them.
Of course, that was 7 years ago, the price of stamps has gone up and Carol had to buy 5 postcards this time to send back home. That meant we had ...