Blue Goose Inn B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... so beautiful and so cheap! A quick detour past the bubble gum wall where lots of people have just placed their used chewie - quite the tourist attraction! Then walked past where it all started for Starbucks. The line was out the door. The temperature hit 27 degrees this afternoon so headed home for a refreshing Washington cider and a beautiful meal sitting on the deck to finish the ...
... chocolate mocha cake.
This was the first day in over three weeks that our daytime high was under 80 degrees. The sunset was spectacular and the salt water breeze welcomed. We got home at 8:30 greeted by Nancy's flowers all in great shape thanks to Pat, our next door neighbor and daughter Kris.
Our milage was 9,286, visiting 22 States, two countries and averaged just over 20mpg. We ...
... too, but I suppose that's something I need to stop thinking about so much, especially if I'm going to be travelling to even stranger timezones eventually!
My first week out here has been both eventful, and not. It's been nice to spend time here with my friend Jesse, catching up, grabbing food at a bunch of ...
... Klondyke. This was once described as the smallest National Park in USA, consisting of just one room. It’s considerably bigger now but is still dedicated to Seattle’s part in outfitting miners on their way to the Yukon. Most of these brave, desperate or foolhardy men- and some women, were doomed to disappointment, or worse as, by the time they had made this long and arduous trip, all the good claims ...
... RFD. Towns with names like Hoodsport, Lilliwap and Duckabush. After over 100 miles we cut northeast heading toward Port Townsend. Alan really wanted to visit this area as he has had a few friends retire and move here, and it is a pretty little town. The downtown is quaint, right on the waterfront, with shops and boutiques and a very liberal vibe. A kinda “keep Port Townsend weird”, or as the locals put it on a bumper sticker, ...