La Conner Channel Lodge

Address: 205 N. First St, La Conner, Washington, 98257, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 205 N. First St, La Conner, is near La Conner Quilt Museum, La Conner Rainbow Bridge, Hellams Vineyard, and Museum of Northwest Art.
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      Caught my last two salmon of the trip.

      A travel blog entry by bigdtrader on Aug 27, 2013

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      ... me the ropes and to MayAnn, my niece, for letting him go fishing with me so much.

      Lee made chili last night and fresh pandesal today. Fresh warm pandesal with homemade blackberry jam......... I am so spoiled. I think they have canned over 48 jars of blackberry jam. Leftover chili is so good.

      A new fishing place

      A travel blog entry by bigdtrader on Aug 12, 2013

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      Went to a different fishing place today, Deception Pass State Park. It has a very rough beach with rocks covered with barnacles. Tim, Lee, Scott and I went and then Aida and Marylou came later. Tim caught a pink. I caught a pink, a lingcod and a rock sole. Scott caught 3 pinks, And ...

      August 9, 2013

      A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Aug 09, 2013

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      ... a trip to the end of the road somewhere (it’s a Joe thing associated with growing up on an island), and this summer was no different. When we reached Port Angeles (where you can catch the ferry to BC), we took a bit of a side-trip and headed up to the Hurricane Ridge. After a very long and winding 17.5-mile drive ascending nearly 7,000 feet, we were treated to alpine meadows, trails and a visitor center where you can ...

      What a View

      A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Jul 11, 2013

      24 photos

      ... peninsula. The "deception" was heightened due to Whidbey's failure to find the strait at first. In May 1792, Vancouver was anchored near the southern end of Whidbey Island. He sent Joseph Whidbey to explore the waters east of Whidbey Island, now known as Saratoga Passage, using small boats. Whidbey reached the northern end of Saratoga Passage and explored eastward into Skagit Bay, which is shallow ...

      Tulip Festival

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 13, 2013

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      ... species in a flower of bulb to plant on your own property. They definitely have some interesting blends now that come from all corners of the globe. I have nothing to compare this to, but I can say I enjoyed it because it was with Claire and it was something new. I have done all the hiking, seen the historical sites, but never anything like this, so it was good to do these and take advantage of what Washington has to offer!