San Juan Island
We took a weekend trip to San Juan Island
|Strange hallway at our hotel
|Watching the alpacas
|Watching a jellyfish
|The moving sculpture at the sculpture garden
|A demonstration of how barrels were made
|A smithing demonstration
|An accordian player
|Jumping on the bed back home
|At American Camp on San Juan Island
|Watching a line of ants marching across the path
|Kenny says "cheese" for the camera now!
|The Spring Tree restaurant on San Juan Island, formerly owner by a coworker of Eric's is now an art museum.
|Intertwined branches of the tree
|At a restaurant for lunch
|These little vehicles that you can rent were everywhere on San Juan Island
|The hallway at the Best Western that we stayed at in San Juan was like none that I've ever seen - it had a bend in it every 20 or so feet, but you could still see all the way to the end.
|A Alpaca hobby farm - the owner was very nice and invited us to walk around and see the alpacas. They had a gift shop as well, selling costly alpaca wool items.
|They were cute little beasties
|At Roche Harbor, prepping for a kayak trip
|We took an "open boat" tour of a luxury moterboat at Roche Harbor. Cramped quarters, but luxurious as it could be made.
|At a sculpture garden, Eric made an art project...
|...by putting leaves and things on light sensitive fabric, and putting that in the sun
|There was also a sculpture class going on
|Walking through the sculpture garden
|We went to the studio on Orcas Island where the guy makes these. I really like them.
|At the British Camp historical park, there were volunteers in period costumes, giving talks
|This man was making barrels. He had just starting doing the volunteer gig, and was from California, summering on his boat in a local bay.
|Eric borrows an accordian from one of the volunteers in historical costumes (there's a name for these people, but I can't remember it.
|Playing chase in the maze
|Kenny decided he would go home now
|There was deer everywhere
|At Lime Kiln State Park and San Juan County Park
|At our room at the Best Western
|Behind the historical museum was an old log cabin