Snug Harbor Resort & Marina
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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 ...
... angel of the night. I don't know what I did that day to be so blessed - but I truly felt like someone was looking out for me that day… and I absolutely could not believe that I actually got to Durban. Durban was good times as always, but slightly dampened by the fact that I had some strange virus and ended up spending a few days in bed, and getting tests at the hospital. Nothing ever showed up, and I recovered in time for the trek (which was my main concern). ...
... store that was open. we went in, tried a sample, and bought some fudge.
Back at the hostel. I joined a movie watching group in the TV room. They were watching "Whats eating Gilbert Grape". They had already started watching it. A little while later, a group of us went to a frozen yogurt place, to get some frozen yogurt.
I then went back to the hostel, and finished the movie.
On the plan for tomorrow: We drive up the West coast to Honeymoon Bay.
... 8 - 10' waves. I was sure our rescue would be via zodiac or another similar boat capable of landing on beach and also thought we would be waiting until the seas subsided.
The parks lady informed us it would be via helicopter and that it would be on scene within 30 minutes. Time to pack quickly, dismantle our tarp tent and start stuffing stuff in the packs with no regards to the careful packing the packs normally ...