The INN at Gig Harbor
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mountainous road of highway 101. We were sort of
glad to be on some straight roads again! We were even back on an interstate
highway for the first time in a couple weeks. We found Gig Harbor RV Resort and
decided to take a short ride around the area to find a grocery store and we
lucked out by finding a Menchies Frozen Yogurt place just like in Lexington! We
had to stop and have some and it was good!!!
We went into Tacoma on Sunday and ...
... be seeing new exhibits each time you go.
At the time of our visit the first floor (there are four floors of vehicles) was being dedicated to the Ford F Truck. This is no doubt America's favourite truck and over the years has dominated sales. In the commercials over here it boasts of being the number one seller for the past 38 years.
Once being the owner of a Ford F250, I thought this was a very good exhibition.
... a pleasant hour talking with them and enjoying the atmosphere of the Formal Ball, pity the guitarist is not that good, I just don't enjoy his singing, his playing is ok just he can't sing too well. We headed off to dinner and found the restaurant was decked out in black and silver everywhere, it looked really good. We took some photos of the staff Ari our head steward and Dan our waiter, they are really nice guys and I stir them a ...
This was a early start and we booked a taxi to pick us up at Fox Gloves to take us to the ferry terminal @ 7:00 am so we missed the sumptuous the breakfast and had to make do with porridge and coffee at the ferry terminal. The ferry was a catamaran with a cruising speed at about 30 knots and the crossing took about 3 hours. Not much to see along the way. While on the ferry we booked to see ...
... me down to the museum at the corner of the harbour today to see the 80 year old fishing boat that he and some friends are working to restore. It is a thing of beauty and the restoration is clearly a work of love for all concerned.
The museum gives a very good insight into the history of the town and I was particularly interested in the section on pastimes from ...