Snug Harbor Resort & Marina
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... free, natural, organic meat that can be purchased in smaller quantities.
The second lecture was Rhea from the Lopez Community Land Trust. The land trust was established in 1989 when the cost of housing rose 190% in one year. Community members realized that affordable housing had to be available. Lopez Island is known as the friendly island, after all. The land trust also works in building community not just homes. ...
Got up early and 'packed' - well picked up the baby stuff ;)
We had to be on time throughout today as we intended to finish San Juan and visit the other two major islands (Orcas and Lopez) and there was only one set of ferry crossings that would let us achieve that easily!
Drove south to American Camp, where the American camped during the 'Pig Crisis'. In ...
Today we made our way 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Port Angeles via ferry across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Victoria. Our day started early, driving from our campgrounds to downtown, find a parking space (ferry parking only, otherwise ticket) purchasing a one-way ticket $17 each for the 8:15 departure. The 1-1/2 hour ride would put us in town at about 10:00am.
Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, Canada and is located ...
... schooled them to be white. They weren't allowed to go to university, vote or own property unless they relinquished their indigenous heritage.
From there we went to Stranthcona Provincial Park to do some hiking. We had a 12km hike planned the first day then two days later a 22km hike planned. But, halfway up the first day the trail was snowed over so we couldn't go any further. I didn't mind because by the time we got back to the campsite ...
... cooled down, we drove back into town to check out Pirate Chips for dinner. It was basically a fish and chip shop with the twist that they also did deep dried chocolate bars. It was fairly expensive compared to a chip shop back home so we only got a few pieces of fish, but thankfully they had some malt vinegar and ketchup. It wasn’t great, but it was filling. After driving back to camp, we spent the night watching Bourne Ultimatum in the recreation room ...