With orca here year-round and gray whales visiting each spring, many of us take to boats for a memorable day, even if the camera we brought along wasn’t cooperating.
I put this first on our Facebook page, but I wanted to share these thoughts about the people around Oso here, as well. And, I wanted to encourage you to plan a visit there when the time is right.
What’s it like having a beach all to yourself? When you spend time mid-week on beaches on Whidbey and Camano, you find out.
How could early explorers be deceived that this sea canyon was the mouth of a river? It’s easy to understand when you take the time to watch and listen.
Public art flourishes on Whidbey and Camano islands. From the traditional wood carving welcome sign greeting people just getting off the ferry to the sculpture park’s visual treats, there are plenty of locally-produced visual treats that compete with those made by mother nature.
Whidbey Island is part of Washington’s Cascade loop, and a drive through part of the loop as nature plays “gently” is a thought-provoking and enchanting drive.
When the afternoon clouds and sun show promise of a pretty sunset, islanders are out to play.
Double Bluff Beach New Year’s morning was a perfect time to encounter nature, even if nature was ready to mess with me a bit.