Juan de Fuca Cottages
Travel Blogs from Sequim
... Park where an old trestle crosses the Dungeness River. Looking down from the bridge you can see salmon swimming upstream headed to their birthplace for spawning. Then we wandered over to Sequim Bay and walked around John Wayne Marina...the Duke donated the 22 acres of land where it is ...
The house looks great after the renovations. We love the new walnut floors although they are getting dented and scratched at an alarming rate. We are settling in with our new kitchen (minus the new window) and laundry room. There is still a never-ending to-do list, but we keep chipping away at things when we have time. We're not planning to move anytime soon so we can enjoy the process of fixing up the Shorncliffe ...
Today was a bit harder. More miles, some very intense hills, one in particular was a 2.5 mile uphill. Gorgeous vistas, a delicious lunch of avocado and cheddar cheese bagels. To the owners of the "The Bay House" at Discovery Bay, thank you for the use of your driveway. It made for an excellent picnic spot. PS you might want to clean up the debris at the entry, it looks a little shabby.
... was getting late, so I took the shuttle back to the
Symphony, arriving about 5.
For the second straight night all 8 of us were at our dinner table. I had a
kosher half chicken which turned out to be considerably more than I needed after
the tea, followed by ice cream.
The evening entertainment was Magician Brett Sherwood with traditional early
and late shows.
For today's parting shot, I was stopped while approaching the ...
Hello again from Victoria and sadly the last time we will be blogging from Canada as we are off to the United States of America in the morning! Today has featured Mall shopping, museum visiting, fish and chip eating and boat hopping (claire adds a :)
We statred off the day buying some extra clothes for Claire as you can never have too many clothes! This followed by a delightfully ...