Monday, August 9, 2010

Day Thirty-seven - Anacortes - Wednesday, August 4, 2010

For lunch today at Bob's Chowder Restaurant I have my first clam chowder bread bowl since coming to the Northwest this summer.  It is huge and I get leftovers to take home.  

Herb takes Crabby Lou to the slip he has retained for her time here, but the tide is too high to get her under a walkway, so she is tied to the dock and we wait.

It is a trike ride to visit her later in the afternoon and an opportunity to get a closer look at the Tugs in Cap Sante Marina.  

Herb measures how high the tide is, in anticipation of moving Crabby Lou.  We are patient, as the tides are not controlled by us.  

Some fishermen come in from a long day and want to share their catch with us.  They fill a gallon Ziploc with prawns to give to us, and we look forward to dinner tonight.  

As we ride back to the RV park, we stop to be amazed at the kids riding mountain bikes and skateboards in the city park arena. 

And this guy appearing to be in the trees...............

Willie of Walldog, Willie and Jake

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