We joined the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society for a three day cruise. The first day we sailed to San Juan Island and took a land tour of the English and American Camps. The second day we sailed to Sucia Island where we had a sack lunch with time to explore the island and then the captain went out of his way literally and figuratively to make sure we saw orcas. On the island we watched a river otter eat his lunch and had fun searching for fossils (collecting is prohibited). The final day we traveled back to Sequim via Deception Pass (a real highlight) and Smith Island. All the time a bird guide was on the deck pointing out various birds while Pete, the boat captain supplied other information about the natural history, geology, etc. of the area. The crew kept everyone happy and well fed. The boat was not overcrowded as they took fewer people than they would for a day trip. Everyone seemed to leave happy and wanting to do it all over again!
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