What’s it like to “visit” Whidbey Island when you once knew it as home?
Whidbey & Camano Islands have rich farm and food tradition with farms raising everything from alpacas to zucchini, wineries creating some of Washington’s best wines to mussel “farms” bringing a taste of the islands to plates worldwide. This infographic is a great starting point for understanding what is offered in our region. Whidbey and Camano Islands are filled with specialty … Read More
Whidbey & Camano Islands are great places to watch wildlife in Puget Sound. This Marine Wildlife infographic is a great starting point for understanding what is offered in our region. We have many beaches and parks so that you can get outside and enjoy nature.View all… You can have your own copy of this infographic. Download a 3.8mb .pdf of … Read More
Whidbey and Camano Islands provide a canvas for all things art. Blame it on the beautiful surroundings, the lush farmlands, verdant forests and forever seascapes. Or, blame it on the fact that Whidbey and Camano islands sit only miles north of Seattle and its community of art lovers. You can spend several days here just visiting galleries, shops, and artist … Read More
You’ve done it again, haven’t you? You worked right through summer. The year’s half-over and you have a pile of vacation days. The phrase “use it or lose it” so applies to you that it hurts. You’re tempted to not worry about it, just lose them and like a few teams in sports, “wait until next year.” You’re making a … Read More
Above photo: The paved trail at Hoypus Point. Although we all hope to be active and robust throughout our lives, the reality is that many of us, at least temporarily, are going to need some help getting around. Unfortunately, as amazing as today’s mobility devices are, taking in nature requires a bit of advance planning and insider information. So, with … Read More