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Whidbey Island Oct 2013

Page history last edited by peterga 7 years, 1 month ago

Tentative Travel/Town Plan - Deception Pass route, hit La Conner and Friday Harbor on the way, then Hamilton and Darrington on the way back.

 

Larry & Mary's:  2196 Cove Drive, Oak Harbor WA

 

Friday Harbor - adds 2 hours (both ways)

  • Herb's Tavern - 80 1st St - "oldest bar on the island" - 1941
  • The Bluff (fancy, nice view) - 130 West St
  • Blu Water
  • The Place
  • Haley's Bait Shop -  175 Spring S
  • China Pearl (divey)

 

La Conner - adds 10 minutes

  • 1890s Lounge - 614 S. First Street - front-row seat of the Swinomish Channel - "part of La Conner’s history for nearly 100 years – including stints as Mal’s Tavern and the 1890’s Lounge."
  • Nell Thorn - 205 Washington St
  • Seeds Bistro and Bar -205 Washington St
  • La Conner Pub & Eatery - 702 S 1st St; 

 

Topics

How immoral is it to take the car to work?  How immoral would it be to refuse to pay $365 a year for a neutral carbon footprint?

What does the real world look like

Steve book review

Road trip map

 

Presentations

  • Pete - What does the real world look like?
  • Lisa S. - Burning Man
  • Mark - Utopias
  • Trista - Memories
  • Chuck
  • Lisa E. 

 

Arrivals

Mark & Lisa - Leaving mid-Afternoon Friday

Chuck and Lisa - Arrive around dinner time

 

BAC Calculator

 

265 lbs - drinking beers or gin & tonics

  • 3 drinks in 1 hour = 0.029
  • 6 drinks in 1 hour = 0.075
  • 8 drinks in 1 hour = 0.106  
  • 11 drinks in 1 hour =   0.152
  • 10 drinks in 3 hours = 0.102 
  • 11 drinks in 4 hours = 0.101  
  • 12 drinks in 12 hours = 0.000
  • 18 drinks in 12 hours = 0.072

 

  • A driver with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.10 or greater is seven times more likely to be involved in a fatal motor vehicle crash than is a driver who has not consumed alcoholic beverages.
  • A driver with an alcohol concentration of 0.15 or greater is about 25 times more likely.
  • Thus the decision to drive to work each week represents approximately the same risk as driving 5 miles at about twice the legal limit. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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