The Marina Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... into the back of his shirt. Huh?
Then, at Crater Lake, the guy on the left with a giant knife sheath strapped to his leg. I'm not sure what he was protecting himself against. Other than crazy people with giant knives. Wait, circular reference...
But, alas, I've entered the world of campgrounds, ...
... Here we took a walk to Cascade Falls before taking the ‘not advised for RVs’ road along the north shore of Quinault Lake through trees out of Grimm’s Fairy Tales, then stopped to walk under the much friendlier looking trees of Myrtle Glade.
The San Juan Islands have always been on my list to visit. After checking into the different ferries a day trip would be difficult, so Harlan suggested we go over to Anacortes via the ferry and across Whidbey Island. That would get us into the area where we'd see some of the various islands. We left Aragon in the care of Pete, who was taking Judy to the bus line that would take her to SeaTac ...
... massa bocabadats per fer una foto. Va ser realment increïble. I amb els sons que feia quan saltava, semblava que ens parlés.
Sabeu que les orques o balenes assassines són el tipus més gran de la família dels dofins? No tenen depredadors excepte nosaltres, els humans, que cacem les criatures més majestuoses del món per la seva carn. Es diuen assassines perquè ataquen a altres balenes i fins i tot als taurons blancs. Però, ...
... history, culture, first nation people, wildlife ... you name it, she knew it. Our tour for the cruise ships cost $80/person; for us peons from the ferry, it was $15. Fifteen dollars for a six hour tour, including admissions to the museums and other sites. Who says there aren't any bargains in Alaska. I would go back to Sitka, but I would go by land.
We really did like Sitka. I especially liked visiting the town since it played ...