Posted by: sunnyharvy | September 28, 2014

You Know You’re In Western Washington When…

On our route traveling east to west across the State of Washington, we have passed through varied terrain from dry deserts, lush river valleys, rolling hills, and rugged mountains. We now have reached the wet western portion that the state is best known for.

You know you’re in Western Washington when you frequently see…

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The photos above were taken near the campground at Fort Casey on Whidbey Island where we spent a night enjoying the salt air (again finally!). When the intermittent light rain let-up, we took a walk around the extensively restored fort bunkers and lighthouse.

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We are now camped out at the best Boondocker’s Welcome location ever in Anacortes, WA on Fidalgo Island. Check out our view in the next photo. The site even includes full hook-ups and dump! Maybe we’ll stay a while… just kidding. Thanks to our hosts Carl and Karen.

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We are now getting ready to take a ferry over to Vancouver Island, Canada.

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Responses

  1. o man, we need to go there. Maybe when you go back next year, Jim and I will meet up with you…

  2. Thanks for the inspiring photos.

  3. I have a recipe book for Banana Slugs – very nutritious…


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