The Lodge at Weirs Beach
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... out to the lighthouse. It was really nice, just the 2 of us, and the sun was out which was even better. By the time we got back to the car, it was close enough to lunch time so we drove in to town to line up for Jam for lunch. A guy at the hostel told us to go here, then we found it in the lonely planet, and Kerri told us it was her favourite place as well, so we figured it must be good. We weren't wrong, it was delicious!!!! I had pulled pork hash, while Dave had ...
... is still used today, so 1 N. Miles is equal to 1852 meters. Weather; Overcast, North wind Force 4, 1018.3 mb, 17o C. Tuesday 26 August 2014 Ketchikan. Alaskan Pilot boarded at 0352 proceeded into Tongass Narrows, berthed at 0606 at Ketchikan, Ship left port1604, back through Tongass Narrows, then reaching Snow Passage at 2025, headed through Sumner Strait, around Cape Decision, and from there on to Northerly courses for our next call, Tracey Arm, ...
... even found a Tilley's shop (a bit like Paddy Pallins)
The Rialto had an excellent Tapas Resturant which was all we wanted and we were in bed by 8pm. Slept well but the traffic noise woke me (at least) a few times.
Next day was lovely and sunny, the first thing was to transfer to the Empress see
Naturally our room was not avaliable till 4:00pm so we left our luggage and went on ...
... here?), and our bags were really quick, so we finally made our connecting bus with about 10 minutes to spare. Mind you the security strap on my suitcase had gone missing too. Seems that every thing was still inside, but it was just the last in a long list of challenges for the day.
Still the old adage about the more organised you are the more you can get over obstacles seemed to be true, and we finally found ourselves on the bus bound for Victoria. That bus took us ...
... They keep reminding people to stay seated and the boats movement is choppy but overall not bad. I guess the ferry is so heavy it plows through the waves and mostly you hear the waves slapping at the boat. Soon we will clear the Straits of Juan DeFuca and they say it will get better and they will even open doors on one side of the ...