Friday Harbor House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Orca's earlier in the day, we were surrounded with many pods.There were three ladies that ran the boat and they were pretty knowledgeable about the whales. They new the boys from the girls and their actual names. We also learned that 90% of their food comes from salmon and they will not eat much of anything else. We had to stay back by 200 yards so it is different than Mexico where the small ...
... is a real interesting place because of its small eccentric boat houses. Jess recommended several places to eat out on our way into the city and she suggested fish and chips on the harbour front which is buzzing with local artists selling their work, buskers, and lots of people just enjoying the sunshine. The caravan selling fish and chips recommended must have have been good because when Brian,Charlie, ...
... to their energy efficiency.
After lunch we went to the Lopez Island Vineyards tasting room where we tasted four wines. After the tasting we had a bit of free time where I discovered a local bakery and tried out two of the pastries.
After dinner we had a special musical presentation by a man who describes himself as a "longtime friend of old-time music." Michael has memorized over 300 songs. These songs aren't ...
... meters deep and in most places only a few meters wide with crystal clear water flowing through it. After doing a bit of hiking along the canyon I headed further down the road in search of Medicine Lake. What I found when I got there wasn't a lake, but a mudflat with scattered pools of water. In the summer months, glacier melt waters flood the lake, but in the fall/winter all the water disappears. From there I headed to the hostel to check-in ...
... centre Francescsa completed her Junior Ranger course (and has the badge to prove it!) We also walked down to Grandma's Cove to try and spot one of the Bald Eagles that frequent the area. We were lucky enough to see one as well!
We then carried on driving to the southern most point and saw the lighthouse. We then drove back up to Friday Harbour to catch the ferry.