The Orca Inn
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning we hopped on the inter-island ferry, headed to Orcas Island. We knew we were going to the Lambiel Museum and the Glenwood Springs Salmon Restoration Hatchery. We had heard very little about both- other than "It's impossible to describe the museum" and “It’s so much more than a hatchery.” Both statements were very true.
It will also be impossible for me to describe the Lambiel Museum, ...
... out Miniature World (scaled down scenes of houses, battles, towns, etc very real and interesting). Built up a thirst thought we would try an organic coffee at Awesome Coffee big mistake tasted awful but the owner was very nice. Suggested sights around Victoria plus a great Indian restaurant for tomorrow when we drive round the coast to Sooke.
Took video of inner harbour, horse and carriage rides, the band on the ...
... more than you'd guess or we would like. Speaking of plans, going out into the ocean on a boat is different than heading out on the freeway in the car. We have to pay close attention and adjust our plans based on the weather.
We've been having beautiful sunny weather for weeks, which is great. Unfortunately with that sunny weather comes big winds blowing into the straits. The first hurdle for our trip is to get out the straits to the ...
... international travel. I can't just do the very basics - it goes against every fibre of my being. I have however decided to limit the Vegas show clothes and focus on solid essentials. I have pared down to ~ gasp ~ a carry-on legal suitcase and a purse (honestly Mr Security guy, that is my every day purse that can fit a large 4 slice toaster in it & perhaps a toddler) as my second personal item. I am rather proud of myself! Wish me luck! I just wish that ...
... often got in trouble from people throughout the summer that I was never available and was always too busy to return messages. The industry I work in is feast or famine. I work long intense hours between April and October, and only lightly and part-time throughout the other months. Now that I had the time, I was getting in trouble for being at home too much.
The irony is that I was out almost every night with different friends or with my son, catching up on the news ...