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... tourist trade. And with many "affluent retirees" the tax base allows for wonderful public amenities. In the historic downtown, there was a lovely independent bookstore. I browsed. But later I found the public library had a used bookstore, staffed by chatty retiree volunteers, with almost as many books available (ranging from $0.50 to $2.00). ...
... the lakes/rivers at home can be with people/boats. Here, it is not like that at all. I guess it's because there are so many to choose from.
We arrived at the Fidalgo Bay Resort around 2 pm. It's right on the water and there is an awesome bike/walking path around the bay into downtown Anacortes. It's a beautiful day and there is a beautiful breeze and the air smells so ...
... stuff, that they hope other people will find irresistible, on long tables or under vast awnings alongside their RVs or Trailers. They take over every available carpark, market place and storefront, some people rent out their drives. Visitors sardine pack their vehicles into other drives or on farmers land at $5 a time. The flea market stretches along two miles of town and highway and lasts a week, apparently ...
... residential to the island of Vancouver. Did you know that these eagles primarily eat fish, carrion, rodents such as mice and rats and even other birds? The dull grey feathers of their head only become a radiant white at the age of four or five and that the male and the female bald eagle work as a team and collaborate together to build a nest that can weigh up to a ton!
That was only the start of the day and if i ...
... and crafts. It was great a long with free entertainment.
Near the Depot is a stern wheeler snag boat called the WT Preston. It is a boat used by the Army Corps of Engineers. The boat was decommissioned and now is a museum dedicated to what she was used for and the men who served on her.
Anacortes is a great place to visit and explore. My husband and I highly recommend a visit to Anacortes. ...