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If you in the need to satisfy your sweet tooth, swing on by the Island Adventure's parking lot and support the local Anacortes Kiwanis Sunrisers group. Starting today through April 4th they will be selling See's Candy as their Easter Fundraiser. Also, our gift shop is starting to look plump!! Trips from Anacortes start tomorrow :) Stop on in and say HELLO!
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March 26th, 2015 (Ian Fairclough). The partial carcass of a humpback whale that appeared on Sandy Cove beach on Digby Neck is keeping a local fisherman and innkeeper busy. 308 more words
by Marie Hill, Allan Ligon, Adam Ü, and Amanda Bradford
The Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center’s Cetacean Research Program returned to Saipan in the Marianas during February-March 2015 to look for humpback whales ( 998 more words
Little Patch (#53) and Lucy (#723) taken from the Island Explorer 3 out of Everett on March 8th, 2015.
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First 3PM Departure Scheduled for This Saturday Out of Everett!! Our regularly scheduled 11AM is nearly full, so we added this 3PM depature. Weather is starting to look beautiful for Saturday and these afternoon trips are one of our crew's favorite! This tour is really fantastic -- you have the whole start of your day to go out and enjoy other activities, then come relax and unwind on the Island Explorer 3 with our returning gray whales. There are so many great restaurants right in the Everett Marina to enjoy a nice dinner after your tour: Anthony's Homeport, Anthony's Woodfire, Lombardi's, Scuttlebutt Brewery...
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