Autumn Leaves Bed & Breakfast

Address: 2301 21st Street, Anacortes, Washington, 98221, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2301 21st Street, Anacortes, is near Island Adventures, SeaBear Smokehouse, and Samish Island.
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      Travel Blogs from Anacortes

      Deception Pass / Deceptive app

      A travel blog entry by steveandange on Oct 05, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... amused. Americans take Halloween very seriously and prepare very early. We stopped off at a pumpkin and ice-cream place. People were buying barrow loads of pumpkins and going on tours of the pumpkin fields. Each to their own, I suppose. More cursed hills and stunning coastline before a beautiful sunset as we rode to the late ferry for mainland US and a very average but welcome motel in Port ...

      Our first full day in Anacortes, WA

      A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Aug 11, 2014

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... taking his picture.

      Temperature is very warm, but there is a nice ocean breeze. The temperatures they are having are the hottest since 1977. Now, that's HOT!! The beauty is there is no humidity so it definitely is bearable.

      Anacortes is a seaside community and is tied to the water surrounding Fidalgo Bay. It historically has been known as the gateway to the San Juans. There ...

      Speechless in Seattle

      A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 28, 2014

      8 comments, 53 photos

      ... 504, the Toutle River still struggles through the silt deposits and the edge of the blast zone is marked by forests of relatively young trees; a series of view points and interpretive centres tell the story. At the end of the road I walked part of the boundary path towards the Johnson Ridge Observatory. There was a terrible beauty to the fallen trunks and stricken stumps against the backdrop of the, for now, ...

      Day 10 - Orca festival

      A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Aug 26, 2013

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... Hearing the orcas wasn't hard at all because they howled every time they flew out of the Pacific water like lost dogs.

      The splotches of white with the vivid contrast of the black dorsal fin made them easy to spot-notably when the wave of crystal clear water followed. Did you know that orcas also known as killer whales are the largest type of dolphins. They have no predators except for us, humans, who hunt the world's ...

      Ketchikan, Juneau and Yakutat

      A travel blog entry by mmcc on Aug 21, 2013

      23 photos

      ... did a quick tour to the lake and then back on a different ferry. The Keennicot for our over night sail to Juneau. We arrived at 8 and caught a taxi into town with 8 other ferry travellers for breakfast. Found a nice cafe for eggs and bacon then on shanks pony to explore. We found a tourist sign which pointed the way to an old gold mining museum. It turned out to be a very scenic walk up a canyon next to a creek in the forrest. ...