Read about day 1 here and here and day 2 here.
Ok, so one thing I realized I forgot mention about day two... Darwin had a new "first". So on our walk before breakfast there were some horse "candies" (as Lucille calls them) on the path that Jason and I walked around. Darwin stopped to sniff it, and suddenly dropped and leaned into it! Yuck! (no pictures, sorry). It was her first time rolling in something stinky! Within the last few months she's sniffed stinky stuff, then slowly put her ear towards it as if she were listening to it, and we'd catch her and stop her. This time though she was quick about it and just plopped into it! Gross!
Anyway, so day three started out like this for Darwin:
We went to the dining room for breakfast where Banjo and Max joined us.
We were trying to catch the 300 ferry from Victoria to Port Angeles, so we checked out and hit the road, but first some last pictures outside the B&B.
On our drive to Victoria we pulled up behind this car that had a harlequin dane in the back seat.
We got to the ferry terminal before noon and discovered the 300 ferry was booked up and they were already queuing up cars to wait for the 730 ferry! Ugh! They told us to come back at 130 for customs in case reserved cars didn't show up and we could get on the 300 boat. We grabbed a quick bite then spent two hours waiting to see if we could get on the earlier ferry. Luckily, there was room and we were one of the last cars to get on the 300 boat! Whew!
The cloudy sky cleared up for a little bit as we left Victoria which was nice because we were sitting on the top deck.
It started drizzling after a while, but we managed to find cover. Darwin was a hit with all the people on the top deck. And she got quite a bit of stares as she quenched her thirst.
After that ferry ride, it was another hour and a half drive to another ferry to get to Seattle. By then we were all pooped and ready for bed.
It was a great weekend get away and we totally loved Cougars Crag and would recommend it to anyone looking for a super dog friendly b&b on Vancouver Island!
I have more pictures from the trip on my flickr page if you want to check them out!