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... we sailed past Victoria, BC to drop off our Canadian Pilot, and proceeded across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to just outside the entrance to Port Angeles Harbor to pick up our American pilot for our final leg to Seattle.
I was up early because I did not want to miss our sail through the familiar landmarks of Puget Sound. Past early morning ferries of the Edmunds run, past the bedroom communities that dot the shoreline, and then into Elliot ...
... and spotlessly clean including the outside of the air-conditioner. The owners were an interesting couple – retired from the tech industry in "corporate america" to buy and run the motel. We discussed “service”, how it’s missing in some service-related businesses and their ideas for improvement. So, late start and then a wait for a great American breakfast on a Sunday ...
... for visiting with one another. It was very casual. Swimmers walked through to use the restroom. Rooms near the water have half doors where you can open the top and leave the bottom closed.
The water was cold, but the girls swam for a bit. Alexa jumped from the dock once. We rented a canoe and single kayak for $20 each. The double kayaks were already in use. We took them across the water to explore the other side. The ...
... or Vancouver. In many cases, they are leaving for these cities the day before their flights. So, a whole day, and maybe more, to fly. Or 2 days (and maybe more) to drive?
The next question was what route to take. There are three possible ferries off lower Vancouver Island: BC Ferries via Vancouver (Swartz Bay to Tsawassen), the Washington State ferry from Sidney to Anacortes, and the Coho Ferry from Victoria to ...
... that was a highlight even though our driver was a grump and seemed to not give a toss but that didn't matter as the trip was fantastic...needless to say he didn't get a tip :-)
Lunch was in the Don Mee Restaurant, 538 Fisgard Street China Town, although it was recommended (not by Robert) it was ordinary.
A short walk down the street yealded "the narrowest street in the world" Fan Tan Alley ...
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