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Travel Blogs from Coupeville

Coupeville Travel Blogs (15)
Marking the map, Ebeys Landing, United States travel blog

Marking the map

A travel blog entry by the2poes

See the blog entry of June 5th for details.  This entry is just to add a spot to the ...

This Must Be The Place, Coupeville, United States travel blog

This Must Be The Place

A travel blog entry by burtonll

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I've got to tell you, Coupeville is the place! It's cute, and quaint, and quirky, and if you go into the museum, you'll get your ear talked off by the very knowledgable man who'll let you in. He walked all around with us, describing everything, and even ...

Day 3 - Anacortes to Coupeville, Coupeville, United States travel blog

Day 3 - Anacortes to Coupeville

A travel blog entry by pippatilbury

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After a much warmer sleep in our cabin we got up in search of an athletes breakfast and the diner down the hill from our campsite answered our wishes! I'm still trying to wrap my head around the ridiculous American portion sizes as they are massive!! Off ...

Exploring, Coupeville, United States travel blog

Exploring

A travel blog entry by kisanef

Whideby inn at Oak Harbor - M's first restaurant as Sous Chef in the late 80's Christopher's @ Coupville for lunch - old friend Penn Cove Mussels w stoneground mustard n apples. Clinton to mukilteo ferry to ...

Attractions in Coupeville

Coupeville Attractions (3)
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

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Coupeville, Whidbey Island, Washington, United States

Fort Casey State Park

Fort Casey State Park

4.50

Whidbey Island, Coupeville, Whidbey Island, Washington, United States

Lavender Wind Farm

Lavender Wind Farm

4.50

2530 Darst Rd., Coupeville, Whidbey Island, Washington, United States

Lavender Wind Farm, with a view of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan De Fuca, is on the wild west side of beautiful Whidbey Island. The farm is within the Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, and maintains the farming culture of this special area. We have perfect growing conditions for lavender, only about 18 inches of rain a year due to the Olympic Rain Shadow, lots of wind, and plenty of sun.