San Juan Island
Not the biggest, but it seems to contain the most. Our first day we popped to the whale museum, booked the Duck Soup Inn and travelled to English Camp. We were visiting 3 islands and planning to eat gourmet on each island. Caroline had the spicy beef starter and halibut, delicious. Sadly, although the food was excellent Murray cannot remember what he ate. Murray decided to root thru’ all our receipts and as we had an itemised bill can now confirm he ate smoked steelhead cakes followed by duck breast and crumble which was equally good. We are now looking for Isenhower Cabernet Sauvignon whenever we buy wine as this locally made wine was really fabulous. The restaurant was so full we never made it inside to the main part, good job we booked.
The film at the visitor centre had the Americans present celebrating and yelling out ‘he made the right decision’. We then spent the first part of our walk hearing Americans slagging off the British as petty, bearing grudges etc. Caroline restrained herself only because she was carrying a Junior Ranger book.