Blue Goose Inn B&B
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... 10 am - just to find that it was the last day of Crab Season, and there was AT LEAST 50 pickup trucks with boat trailers crowded into the area that we were suppose to do the fireworks. We had to sit around and visit with the crab buyers until after 1:00 in the afternoon until there was enough ...
... brown rice and tuna. Tomorrow we will attempt to visit a shoe repair store to repair my keen sandals. I had then initially repaired in St. Joseph before the trip but the repair didn't end up holding. Luckily there is a cobbler less than 4 miles from where we are which opens at 10 A.M. Our tentative plan is to stock up on food, visit the repair shop, and resume our northward march up the island to catch another ...
... year, a large brick courthouse was built on Main street, which still stands today. Due to the area's stable economy, Mount Vernon never boomed in the 1890s like many other speculative booms in the region. The city experienced its first of many fires in 1891 when several blocks along the waterfront were destroyed. The boost from the railroad's construction quickly replaced these buildings. 1891 also saw the construction of ...
... birthday and christmases all at once today. Lots of great bargains. The problem now is how she will get them into her luggage allowance. After a few hours there we headed South to our hotel then back out to another store for more goodies. Goods here are a lot cheaper than NZ, especially high quality electronics like Ipads. Sorry a boring blog day but the Visa card got a hell of a ...
Went fishing at Keystone Beach, WA. Saw only one guy catch one fish all evening. Only saw a few jump but did see the school of porpoises and Tim saw a seal. Beautiful afternoon/evening. Came home to a kitchen full of desserts. And the women picked about 8 quarts of blackberries. Back to the beach tomorrow. ...