Inn to the Woods
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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After a very quiet, hungover morning we went to meet Mike and his family. He had two lovely girls who instantly found a kindred spirit in Rob. We piled in the cars and went to the beach by the ferry port. Holden and Iona played in the muddy sea for ...
... steep hills and we got 6.7 mpg the last fill up. Nice to have mechanic on board!
Monday morning, June 29. We had bacon and our last egg this morning as we know we can't take eggs into Canada tomorrow, or any kind of raw poultry for that matter.
We are only about 6 miles South of the Canadian Border here at Birch Bay. We left for Bellingham to see the Vet around ...
... Some lucky families will have a good dinner.
We seemed to end up in the local Antique market!!!! Pity it is the beginning of the holiday. I did manage to find something to take home. :-)
The motel arrange the transfer to the ferry terminal and we arrived in good time and watched the loading of the trucks, rv, 5th wheelers, and ...
What the heck, we decided to go to Salt Springs, Canada to see our friend Ray and Phyllis that we met, and are close to, Cabo, Mexico. They're a hoot; relaxed, funny, classy (which makes this relationship ying and yang, since we're not known for cultural sophistication). Great park there, but we just wanted to leave the RV there while we take the ferries all over God's earth, it seemed like.
Sort entry, because we didn't do much.
... 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 ...