San Juan Island

We took a weekend trip to San Juan Island

Strange hallway at our hotelWatching the alpacas

Watching a jellyfishThe moving sculpture at the sculpture garden

A demonstration of how barrels were madeA smithing demonstration

An accordian playerKenny jumps

Jumping on the bed back homeAt American Camp on San Juan Island

Watching a line of ants marching across the pathKenny 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 lunchThese 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... putting leaves and things on light sensitive fabric, and putting that in the sunThere 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.

Picnic timeAt 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 everywhereAt Lime Kiln State Park and San Juan County Park

At our room at the Best WesternBehind the historical museum was an old log cabin