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Whidbey Island

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May 10, 2018
If you are staying in Seattle for a few days I would highly recommend a trip to one of the islands. The islands around the Puget Sound is what makes Seattle such a unique place to live! It is a little bit of a trek, and requires a car. You can drive your car onto the ferry for about $10, the…
October 9, 2016
Plan a day trip to Whidbey Island. Start or end with a ferry trip between Mukilteo and Clinton. Travel the spine road north-south over the island. Stop at several public beaches for a walk such as Double Bluff Beach, visit the creative shopping and dining town of Langley, visit Fort Casey for…
April 25, 2018
Deception pass bridge. Wildlife, beach, art shops, cafes, hiking, state parks.
September 9, 2019
South Whidbey: - Strolling: downtown Langley for artist gallery, arcade bar, whale watching and pizza - Lunch/ Dinner: Prima's for amazing Italian food - Boozey: Dancing Fish Vineyard, Mutiny Bay Distillery, Bad Dog Distillery - Snacks: Muk Cafe, Whidbey Island Doughnuts, Whidbey Island Bagel…
April 9, 2019
Beautiful and great beaches!

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“I am a water person. I love looking at water, hearing water, and being in the water. I prefer hikes with amazing views and this is one of my favorite hikes. It's about a 4-4.5 mile loop. You can either start at Cemetary Road and check out the old historical buildings or start at the beach. I prefer to start at Cemetary Road because then you can see the green farming fields overlooking the water. The colors are so vibrant, it feels like you are walking in a picture.”
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Boot oder Fähre
“The Ferry Boat service to Whidbey Island. It is a nice day trip to drive around the Island, stopping to see Deception Pass Park, walk the bridge, and some of the WW II Forts on the Island are pretty cool. Coopville has good seafood right at the dock, restaurants, antique shops, bakeries, and seafood restaurants. Clams and mussels are local.”
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“Whidbey Institute is a home for transformational learning and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, founded in 1972. Our mission is to nurture the conditions for transformational learning, and our guiding purpose is to serve as a home for ongoing inquiry, learning, and transformation in response to the unprecedented challenges of our time. Our 106-acre conservation forest campus on South Whidbey Island features integrated gardens, a four-mile public trail network, and comfortable lodging, dining, and gathering facili”
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“This is one stop I always take my out of state visitors. The views are just awesome and its fun to walk across the bridge, lots of photo ops for free! Its always nice to go under the bridge and walk along some of the trails, its a nice quiet place to be. I go there on my own as well for that reason. Its all just very pretty and calming, who doesn't need that?!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“No lines fast service. Great for last minute grocery items, and its less then a mile.”
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