Tulip Inn Mt. Vernon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I'm use to sitting on the RH side of the centre-line!!).
Although I love the idea, and the practicality of having my bed, shower and kitchen (inc large fridge) all with me there re a couple of GLARING minuses with them - absolutely minimal off-road ability, very unwieldy in towns and cities, difficult to park and terrible fuel economy. So, for the moment, I have put the Motorhome idea aside.
... we played a game Apple to Apples, then John wanted to play BUNCO. Again we laughed so hard, but this time John and I were shared a bottle of wine (and so did my computer...don't worry it's ok this morning, no hangover). Ok so heres the score: Dave and Nick 216, and John and I --- lets hear a drum roll --- 286! yeah!
We called it a night after 11:30pm. Good night and God bless all the people who were in downtown Seattle today. Hope they all made it home safely. ...
... south to rejoin Vancouver without having found Deception Pass. It appeared that Skagit Bay was a dead-end and that Whidbey Island and Fidalgo Island were a long peninsula attached to the mainland. In June the expedition sailed north along the west coast of Whidbey Island. Vancouver sent Joseph Whidbey to explore inlets leading to the east. The first inlet turned out to be a "very narrow and intricate channel, which...abounded with rocks above ...
The last drive through British Columbia took us through the area referred to as "the Arizona of BC". The mountains had very little vegetation and full of sage brush. It gave the air a very distinct aroma that very much invigorated us after so many hours of driving. As we traveled south the towns come more frequently and are more populated. We wanted to eat at one more small time diner before we rejoined the fastly approaching ...
Thursday 18th was one of the most memorable days during my trip. We went to visit Keith Tyne, director of Skagit County Public Defenders Office. He was the leader of an organization of lawyers, which defends law offenders who can't afford a lawyer themselves. Mr. Tyne himself was a lawyer too. After a story about the American judicial system we would attend a courtroom hearing and after that we would go to an outlet mall. This all happened in Mt. Vernon, a ...