Friday Harbor Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... see any :( To top it off, on the way down the trail, Ryan rolled his ankle. At that point, we made lemonade out of lemons and found a nice place to stay at called the Earthbox Resort . Then we had dinner in Friday Harbor at an Italian restaurant called Vinny's. There weren't even any picture opportunities today.
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"If you want to get to know your family, just get in an RV and drive." ~Robin Williams from the movie ...
... the not so far distance). In addition to being the top land based whale watching spot in the world there was a beautiful lighthouse and a recreated lime kiln. What an interesting past these islands have. We would see several more lime kilns before our field trip was done for the day.
The next stop was English Camp. We had already been hearing stories about the “pig” war between the Americans ...
... did some shopping for clothes (still no luck!) and then waited for application forms for the desperately needed insurance to arrive by e-mail from Holland. That entailed a visit to a printing shop who could print out the forms from my laptop’s memory stick as Dave’s set up at home wasn’t all up and running. But in case of possible snags and delays as well as from where we sent the forms we resigned ourselves to leaving Jambo parked in Victoria, then ...
Stopped for a quick look at Desolation Pass Park, and then walked out bikes over the two bridges. Very narrow walkways, with stunning views, but not my favourite place to be! Bridges shook every time a large truck drove across and this seemed to be quite often during my walk across! Carried on to Anacortes to catch a 3 pm sailing ...
The three of us toured the famous Butchart Gardens, which Jenny Butchart developed to hide the ugly mining pit left by her husband’s enterprises. The Gardens include a Japanese Garden, the Sunken Garden, a Rose Garden, and an Italian Garden as well as children’s areas, outdoor theater, fireworks grounds, and more.
The weather here has been delightful, as low as the 50’s ...