Skagit Bay Hideaway
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Fished at Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park, Oak Harbor, Washington which is at the north end of Whidbey Island. My sister-in-law, Marylou, and I got up early and got there before high tide. Scott and Aida were already there and had some fish ...
... Darn! We had a late breakfast and headed back to Anacortes to see if we get phone reception, want to ask about a rental car, make reservations for the ferry to B.C., and make a reservation for a pet friendly hotel in Victoria, B.C. I called AAA to assist us with hotel reservations, they also gave me some info needed for crossing into Canada with a pet. We got a great rate for the hotel through AAA, probably half of what ...
... 8217;s circumnavigation, I distinguished by the name of Whidbey’s Island: and this northern pass, leading into [Skagit Bay], Deception Passage". If you look at the map in close-up view you will see what there issues were not having a map or GPS!
Deception Pass is today surrounded by Deception Pass State Park, the most-visited park in Washington with over 2 million ...
... notice of a board listing an enormous mount of ferries going to lots of different places. Everybody ate something here and we went off to go to Lynden quite quickly. Now Lynden.. that's a hell of a story. Lynden is a town about 16 kilometers from Bellingham (11.000 inhabitants). It is known as the Dutch town, since lots of Dutch people actually emigrated from the Netherlands to this place. My hostfam told me to expect windmills, Dutch names etc. and they ...
... to keep 8. So that night we made fresh crab and steak! Such a yummy dinner!
We will definitely go back to Deception Pass, it was a very nice campground, we stayed in the Forest Loop section of the State Park. The sites were very big and quite private and only a five minute walk from the beaches. It is so fun taking Axel camping, he loves the water, we can't keep him out of it! When we were crabbing he would try to jump in every time Ryan threw the net out and ...