Leaving Port Townsend we took the ferry via Whidhey Island to Anacortes, WA on Fidalgo Island, part of the San Juan Islands group.
|Approaching Whidbey Island through very dirty wind shield|
|Some visual aid|
Once again we are drawn to another boating facility, Cap Sante Marina, centrally located for easy walks to town and great walking trails. Once again, as in Port Townsend, we did no major sight-seeing as in year's past. No ferry to San Juan Island and Friday Harbor though you can read of past visits HERE. We just lived normally with our usual schedule, a few projects here and there, walks/runs, Farmers Markets, eating good both in local restaurants and at our little casa mobile, and visiting with friends who migrate to this part of the country during late Summer to early Fall. I should mention that although there are devastating fires burning in WA, OR, and CA we are smoke free with temps in the mid 70s to 80. I think we had one day of light rain in both Port Townsend and Anacortes.
Though the parking facilities contain no hookups for the approx. 20 sites and are nothing fancy just grass with dividers , it's the view and town that keeps us coming back. Here is our view at the marina.
And from an overlook above~~
|Cap Sante Marina from above overlook|
|Oil tankers waiting to load/unload|
|At Washington Park|
Around the town:
|Murals tell the town's history|
|Old paddle wheeler now a museum|
|Couldn't resist this sign|
|Big ship building town|
|Howard enjoying an old car show|
|Chess play for real!|
We are now behind and playing catch-up! We currently are heading into Canada's Shuswap area to visit friends, Dan and Heather, we met last winter in Anza Borrego. But first there was a stop in Bellingham to catch-up with our old friend, and amiga we met in Mexico many years ago.
While spending our week in Canada we won't have internet unless we're fortunate to have wifi like we have now, at the Brookside RV Park, in Cache Creek, BC.