Snug Harbor Resort & Marina
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Snug Harbor Resort & Marina Friday Harbor
Travel Blogs from Friday Harbor
... torch. The views out to the West and Vancouver Island were once again stunning. Any food we had needed to be locked up in little red boxes to stop the raccoons tearing down your tent. Thankfully, we only had two biscuits left but even then you had to watch not to touch the tent with biscuity fingers... Due to our late finish we decided to get the later boat to Anacortes and to make a change, have a nice easy ride to the ferry and maybe catch sight of some Orcas. Well, we managed ...
... we headed to the Glenwood Spring Salmon Restoration Hatchery. Mike, the manager of the hatchery, started the conversation at the holding tanks. There were a few fish swimming around in the tanks. We learned the operation came from a single question “could a salmon run be created where there wasn’t one before?” The short answer to that big question is “yes.” The longer answer would ...
... got from the dollastore. It was quiet difficult and took some time to cut all the detail into the pumpkin but it was worth it. Once we were finished we were very excited to put some tea lights in it and see how it looks. We closed the blinds in the bedroom and lit it up, it looked great. Yay!! Since its the Saturday before Halloween everybody celebrates its this weekend so we ...
... proud of their heritage. I got a pair of socks there. Jippee!
We do like Victoria and will try to get you some better stuff by tomorrow evening.
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This morning we headed north on Vancouver Island to visit the world famous Butchart Gardens. The 53 acre garden was originally the site for a limestone quarry and the Butchart family with the help of landscape designers transformed the area over time into a magnificent showcase of trees and flowers. It is very similar to the Hunter Valley Gardens near Newcastle and has areas such as a sunken garden, Japanese and Italian gardens and ...