Lakedale Resort At Three Lakes
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... There is a real spirit to the islands. I am so impressed by the creativity and integrity of the people who live there. There is a concern for their neighbors and the desire to work the land in a meaningful way.
I'm leaving the islands with my homework: study the natives that populated the islands, reading about the 'Pig’ War, learning more about the ...
I have lived in Oregon for over two decades and have never visited the San Juan Islands. It's a part of Washington I just hadn’t explored, until now. People that have been to the islands always say how beautiful it is, how invigorating it is to kayak the waters or hike the hills. Never had I heard about the uniqueness of the islands (four of which are accessible by ferry). Not a peep about the artists that capture the beauty ...
... lots of totems in the gardens around the museum, all very interesting.It is certainly a beautiful place.
For tea we walked down to the harbor and got fish and chips. The shop is a shipping container and the food was great, there had been a constant queue since around 11.30 this morning.We had a walk while eating ice cream. Another wonderful ...
... American Civil War to guard the southern entrance to the Columbia River, Fort Stevens now forms part of the State Park of the same name. We drove there to look around briefly but apart from a few replica cannon and the remains of old garrison buildings not much remains of the once extensive fort. Its main claim to fame seems to be that it was the only place on mainland America to be shelled by an enemy in WW2 when a Japanese submarine got close enough to land a few rounds on ...
The last three days I've been kayaking and camping with Outdoor Odyssey. I'm exhausted but had a wonderful time. Kayaking is an excellent way to see wild life. We saw deer, eagles, starfish, jellyfish, porpoise, harbor seals, sea otters, and finally the best of all ORCAS! The guide (Nikken) provided excellent gourmet food and lots of patience with our group - which had varied levels of kayaking experience. Only draw back was the head cold and muscle strain I ...