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 ...
The bed at the Waterfront Marriott Hotel was very comfy, with plenty of pillows. Our balcony afforded a panoramic view of the Seattle Harbor. Just south (I think) was Pike Place Market....a place we've enjoyed visiting on several occasions when we weren't so tired. Sleeping in until 9:30 a.m. was a welcome luxury after too many mornings of getting up early. Perhaps our strange dreams were a result of trying to sort and catalog too many life ...
... in the lounge with the remote control. The Pack defeated the Bears handily. Not a bad Sunday for either of us, after all. We drove back up to Obstruction Point because I wanted Husb to see Mount Olympus without the clouds blocking his view. It was still shining brightly and just as gorgeous as it was throughout my hike.
We enjoyed our last evening at Olympic inside the Scamp, deciding it was not worth trying to start a fire again. We ...
... lunch and the suitcases arrived. After unpacking, meeting with the butler, and a trip to destination services, we were ready to sign up for the Internet and explore the ship. At 4:15, we had our first evacuation drill and at 5:00PM we left port with the band playing and the flags ...
Felt a pull to walk a new part of the neighborhood today. I discovered a park with trails, and it was a joy to follow them up and around a wooded ravine with no other agenda. That is when I came upon a large colony of oyster mushrooms, which I will cook up in butter. Another joy for me is fragrant flowers, and I found some lilacs in and ...