The Meadows Inn
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... early night as we have got an early start tomorrow.Another fantastic day.
Friday 30th May
Set off early today for the 45 mile trip to the gorgeous Port Townshend for our boat trip to San Juan Islands and whale watching breakfast at bay view restaurant with its spectacular views stopped for speeding again this time 40 in a 30 zone but he lets us off with a warning thank god I couldn't afford to keep getting tickets.Drive down to the picturesque harbour for ...
... at the Kokopelli Grill . . . we had an excellent lunch!! Carol tried a shrimp, andouille sausage, and polenta thing . . . I opted for the fresh salmon special . . . mine was great . . . Carol’s was little too spicy for her . . . we tried a dessert to share . . . a flourless chocolate thing with some coconut in it . . . and served with a blackberry coulis . . . and it was OK, but pretty dry.
Then back to see Is if our room was ready . . . nope, not yet . . . ...
... aquarium more than once!
We towed the dinghy behind the boat as we often do in settled water. As I mentioned the "settled water" that was forecast (and we foolishly expected) was water but definitely not settled. The dinghy survived just fine as did a single member of the pair of freshly painted oars. Somewhere someone is about to find a single oar painted Seattle gray with royal blue accents. You're welcome.
Once we got into ...
... it 11 years ago.
Whilst busy with the lady border official we had asked her about where we could obtain the usual mandatory 3rd Party vehicle liability insurance that Canadian law requires that one holds to drive
on Canadian roads. She pointed at a building across the water which when we finally tracked it down on foot had just closed its doors for the weekend. Uh uh, now we have a problem. We had no idea where else we could obtain this important ...
... always opt for assigned seating with a table of no less that 6 table mates. Relationships born out of eating at least one meal every day can be lasting and special. It was for us again this year, thanks to Art and Shelly from Minnesota/Arizona, Keith and Linda from Manchester England, and Jim and Carol from Beaverton, Oregon. New friends enrich our lives.
Till our next gathering on the high seas, goodbye for now,
Jack and ...