Narrows Inn & Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... National Monument. These deepwater fjords were gouged out by retreating glaciers, leaving granite cliffs towering thousands of feet above the sea and countless waterfalls plunging into placid waters. ...
... they don't have a cub.
Anthony used to have friends who lived at a trailer park near our home when he was a kid and was always running into bears there. His last hunting trip, he shot a deer and was bring it back when a black bear charged at him. He ran back at the bear and it took off running the other way. They scare easy! We even have them come to the house looking for garbage. I had to clean their poop off the deck once as ...
Its a bit of a rainy morning today but not bad. Temperatures are in the high 50's which Tammy and I think are great! Off to hunt for bargains we go! Downtown is abuzz this morning as there seems to be at least 3 cruise ships in and with an average of 2000 passengers and 1000 crew members per boat, that's a lot of extra people.
Of course, since this is my town, the first stop has to be Orca Corn for some tasty kettle corn. This ...
... to do the tourist thing and take a few pictures including inside the long house. As we walk around I show everyone which berries to eat. Hey, I love berries! The berries are darn sweet and tasty. One kid who is obviously not a local comes over and asks me if the salmon berries he has in his hand are edible. They are but I show him which ones are huckleberries, which are even better.
So back home for a rest and out again near low tide time. ...
... by a tugboat, a few whales,
a few lighthouses, and waterfalls.
July 11, 2015 I arrived in Bellingham, Washington- back in the lower 48.
I’ll miss Alaska.
I was met and hosted by my junior high/high school friend Lynn and husband Bill in their
home in Fair Haven, Washington. A great way to end my amazing Alaskan