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Robin Lane Mobile Home Park

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  • Day39

    A Warm Welcome to Washington

    September 10, 2015 in the United States

    We pedaled through Vancouver on a bike jungle gym - over the bridges and through the dales, finally reaching the border and on to Bellingham in time for a great sunset and our first deep dish pizza with Aquila and Brandon. It was great to catch up on the 6 years that had slipped by since the UVIC days, and scheme about more bike routes than we'll have time to explore with the help of many maps in their beautiful home. We are hoping to catch and adventure with these guys again before another 6 years has passed!Read more

  • Day9

    Wandering Fairhaven & Ferry Embarkation

    August 4, 2017 in the United States

    Breakfast then taxi ride to Bellingham Ferry Terminal. After checkin we shoved our bags (literally - they were an extremely tight fit) into lockers and set off to explore Fairhaven, a historical town a short walk from the terminal.
    After deciding to have a late lunch/early dinner we chose to dine at a Mexican Restaurant. Our meals were delicious but massive. We easily could have shared and still not needed to eat for the rest of the day! Neil's was the world's biggest chimichanga.
    Waddling out of the restaurant we then needed to walk our meals off. Fairhaven is only a small town so it wasn't long before we had seen all there was to see. After an entertaining chat with some locals it was time to return to the ferry terminal, retrieve our bags and board the ferry, Malaspina, the first leg of our inland cruise - Bellingham to Ketchikan.
    This passage was booked originally for the Colombia but it was taken in for repairs and replaced with a smaller ferry. I am thankful that I booked a long time ahead as those who booked later on received emails informing them that they no longer had cabins and would need to bring a tent and/or sleeping bags to kip out up on deck or in the lounges. Another "glad it wasn't me" moment. Our two birth cabin was replaced for a four birth cabin so we were comfy.
    With no need for an evening meal I left Neil in the cabin to rest his leg while I explored the ferry like an excited child.
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  • Day2

    2. Tag Bellingham vor der Abfahrt

    August 3 in the United States

    Gute 10 Stunden geschlafen, nettes Frühstück. Portier erzählte, daß bei ihm in Indien Butter auf das Feuer getan würde, wegen der schlechten Gerüche. So hatte es auch eine Japanerin mit einem Muffin und dem elektrischen Grill gemacht, alles roch nach verbrannter Butter im Frühstücksraum, Japaner halt ...

    Dann Mietwagen am Flughafen abgegeben und Taxifahrerin angesprochen uns zum Terminal zu bringen. Sie hat so viel erzählt von Ihrem Lebensplänen / - träumen, daß sie sich auch noch verfuhr. Nach großem Umweg und über $ 60,00 auf dem Taximeter dann doch angekommen und auf 35,00 geeinigt.

    Dann noch Pizza essen gewesen. Die hatten dann unsere Pizza den falschen Gästen serviert und wir warteten. Dafür haben wir dann die doppelte Menge erhalten, war aber nicht so lecker.
    Gut 2 Stunden am Terminal gewartet bis wir gegen 16:00 Uhr auf das Schiff konnten.
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  • Day2

    Abfahrt mit der MV Columbia

    August 3 in the United States

    Bunte Truppe, alles Individualisten, Trapper und auffällig viele Schwule. Einige übernachten auf den Liegen, andere haben ihre Zelte aufgebaut. Alle stehen an Deck und staunen. Erste Delphine gesehen. Kabine ist wie im Schullandheim mit Doppelstockbett, aber sauber, Dusche und WC und ein fantastischer Ausblick auf das Meer. Kabine 147 im ersten Stock Steuerbord hinten.

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