Majestic Inn and Spa
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Banquet room
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... Park. Initially a gateway to my destination, Anacortes and nearby Whidbey Island became destinations in their own right. With a fantastic harbor, historic downtown, and peninsula parks, I was able to settle in. I've seen many a tourist town, but this was distinct in that people actually live here. There are real jobs, not dependent ...
... I did enjoy most of the ride ---- the pass is full of beautiful lakes, trees, curves, tunnels and more. Along the way we saw fields of blueberry bushes and not only deer, but also herds of Elk. I've never seen so many before.....they were just awesome.
We again passed along Ross Lake, Diablo Lake and George Lake. So so beautiful and so so blue. It makes you want to jump right in. I think about ...
... apparently needed. While we were parked at a viewpoint and I was admiring the rock formations 'The Pallisades’, Nigel tried to fit it, only to discover that it was the wrong one. So we had a time and fuel wasting 100 mile backtrack to Castle Rock to exchange it, but this took us through Packwood. where we stumbled upon their twice-yearly, huge – and I mean gigantic, flea market. Around 1,000 ...
... between the common grey seal and the majestic sea lion is the colour and the size. The lions as you probably can imagine are larges and a lot heavier weighing up to 300kg (660lbs) for a male and 100kg (220lbs) for a female. Sea lions grow up to 6 to 8 feet long (around 2 meters long).
Maybe not the most interesting animal of the day, but other than the seals, sea lions and orcas,we saw two "beautiful" bald eagles ...
... all the key peaks of the Olympic range! We could also see over to Victoria on Vancouver Island (I wanted to sing “Oh Canada” but still don’t know the words!). It was breathtaking! We ended the evening by pulling into our campground at Old Fort Townsend State Park where we had a short walk by the rocky beach and hung out playing cards for a bit before retiring for the night! A long and busy day, but SO fun! Love, ...