Willcox House Country Inn
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Three days into the cruise and we've settled into a comfortable routine. Coffee delivered to our cabin, a shower, and breakfast, followed by book club for nearly an hour. What a life! Meeting up afterward with Larry to decide what to do until we meet with new found friends for happy hour always seems to turn up something to fill our time. Followed by dinner and the evening show, a glass of wine, live music, conversation with ...
... sculpture, views, local markets and the Japanese memorial. In the Second World War everyone of Japanese origin was rounded up and taken to camps because of the fear of spies. Many Bainbridge residents campaigned for the return of their neighbours some of whom were third and fourth generation Americans. Took the 6.30pm ferry back to Seattle just in time for sunset. Ended the day with a cocktail or ...
... to the car.
I had seen a fair number of people on the way down, so I was feeling okay about the potential wildlife sightings. I began my ascent up Badger Valley, which involved a little over four miles of hiking, all of them uphill. I did not see a single other person after leaving the lake, my legs aching more with each step and my head spinning with all of the potential animals I could be attacked by. I was definitely getting inside ...
We awoke this morning to the sound of Charlotte saying "It's raining". Of course it was raining we are in Seattle! Then, for a few seconds the power went out as there was thunder and lightening. Still it had all stopped by the time we had eaten breakfast and packed up. We got our shuttle to the cruise ship pier and checked in. The process was fairly smooth and we were on board by 12 noon. Luke and Charlotte were greeted by a moose as we were boarding. Once ...
Up bright and early, (well actually, not so early, check out is lunch time).so packed our bags and headed downtown, and had a city tour " ride the ducks of Seattle". A 1942 Ex Army Duck, quack, quack. It was a very noisy fun tour! We had a tour around the city streets and then it turned into a boat and we went on Union Lake ( man made), also for you movie buffs, home of the Sleepless in ...