Fairfield Inn & Suites Burlington
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... population we might just see some. We left Anacortes at 11 am and the search began around the San Juan Islands. Every turn brought us nice scenery, occasional harbor seals, various birds, but, alas, no orcas. We thought we were just going to have a nice boat ride. After moving to the far south of the islands, the captain received information that there were "animals" ...
... reminds everyone of the location.
Near Geocaching Headquarters is the statue of J.P. Patches and his girlfriend, Gertrude. Patches was a local TV clown who was on local TV for many years.
Waiting on the wrong side of the road are the folks from the "Waiting for the Interurban" which was placed in 1979. Since that time the public has been invited to add their ...
... 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 ...
This turns out to be a LONG 7 hour travel day as we drive through High winds (they closed bridges in Seattle), tons of rain and heavy traffic through Seattle. Get to our campsite in Bellingham in time to watch the Canucks beat the Leafs... now that was a reward for a long travel day!
We will cross in Sumas tomorrow and stop in Hope to decide which way to get north from there as there is 24 cms of snow on the Coq!
... 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 ...