- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and to have a closer view of the bikers coming down the mountain. Apparently this bar is called the hecklers bar as everyone cheers and heckles, as it is close to the finish line. We saw one nasty accident, where a guy came a cropper on the last hill and dislocated his shoulder. He wasn't wearing shoulder or chest pads and was wearing a singlet only! When they picked up his bike you could see what had caused the accident .... The front forks had snapped. We headed back to Roy ...
... the two - eagles marry ravens, and vice versa. We are fortunate enough to meet the artist, Norman Jackson, as he returns to his gallery after lunch - we talk with him briefly, and he graciously agrees to take a photograph with Carolyn and me.
After a quick lunch, and a beer a a local fisherman’s bar, we finally connect with my friend Jene Vredevoogd, who many of you will remember from my South America blog entries. Jene has a 40+-foot boat that he docks in Wrangle, and ...
... agree with Nancy and Gary that Bellingmam must surely be one of the most beautiful towns in America. Expansive views of the Pacific ocean, Bellingham Bay, San Juan Islands and the Canadian mountains on one side and lovely Lake Whatcom on the other side, all within the city limits. From some vantage points in the city you can see the Ocean and lake views all at the same time.
We loved our afternoon trip to ...
... this, and like Europe, many college kids doing the inner-passage, port-to-port, via the Alaska Ferry System, and on the cheap. You had music, drinking in the bar, and young people having a good time. As the students will write in their journal: " a good time was had by all."
By contrast, the pets didn't have it so good. Every four hours during the day, the ship had what was announced over the loud speaker as a "pet call." This ...
... and Kellie. They were very interested in the box with the cookies. Kellie told me that she would always try to keep the box, because she thought it was so pretty.
At dinner, my hostfather served a few slices of the cheese I brought my hostfamily. They were amazed by its taste and told me that this proved once again that the Dutch are the champions in making cheese.
By the end of the evening it ...