Friday Harbor House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as American Bald Eagles (me, I just see birds). There must have been 15 or so of them which surprised me somewhat until we were told that the Deputy Sheriff comes out every day and throws chicken and fish scraps out for them. Not exactly the ideal eco situation but it made for a great photo opportunity! In addition to the eagles the meat scraps attract the local foxes even though it the middle of the day. These foxes are grey/black rather than ...
... my goodness I feel small next to a whale skeleton. The museum has interactive exhibits so we were able to touch whale teeth and baleen. Here's an interesting fact for you- the sperm whale is the largest of the "teeth" whales and they only have teeth on their bottom jaw. We also learned how to distinguish male orcas from female orcas and more about the J, K and L pods. I loved the display board that showed the current pod ...
... were the Sunken Garden, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, a short merry go round ride, star fountain and the Italian Garden.We then made our way to Hately Castle where recently the film X-men had been shot. As we were rushed for time we quickly made the drive up to Nanaimo to catch our ferry. The ferry ride into Vancouver provided us with a panoramic view of the city at sunset. ...
Howdy from Fisherman's Bay on Lopez Island in the beautiful San Juan Islands of Washington. We've been hanging out in the islands for several weeks visiting friends, testing out systems, installing last minute goodies and fixing broken stuff.
Broken stuff already? Yep, already. The saying is that cruising, which is what we are doing, is really just working on your boat in exotic locations. We figured this would be true. However, we hoped ...
... Washington ( I can't believe America is actually that close but I suppose it does border mainland Canada) which were snow capped and beautiful! From here the trail joined the north part of the trail we walked the previous day so we got to the same pony we turned off and took a different street back through the houses to downtown! As it was Saturday the streets were dotted with markets and community events which were interesting to pas through! ...