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There are so many places to see and activities to do here in Washington State


Click for Friday Harbor, Washington Forecast

Washington State is a great place to live. Nature is evident wherever you turn and there is so much to do.

Nestled in the extreme Northwest corner of Washington State, the unspoiled San Juan Islands are a Pacific Northwest treasure. Comprised of about 750 individual islands, the San Juan Islands are Washington State's best kept secret and an inland boater's paradise.

An outdoor enthusiasts dream; the San Juan Islands feature beautiful waterways where Washington State Ferries and Kayakers share the water with wild Orcas. Mountain vistas yield panoramic views overlooking majestic waterways.

The scenic North Cascades Loop takes you up into the Cascade Mountains on beautiful Highway 20 (Hwy 20).

Every February Eaglefest celebrates the return of the Bald Eagle to the upper Skagit Valley.
Both Experience Washington and Your San Juans web sites have lots of great information detailing the local attractions.

Great camping is offered at the many Washington State Parks all across the State.

You can take your car, bike, or just 'walk on' a Washington State Ferry to explore the beautiful San Juan Islands.

Each Island in the archipelago holds it's own unique secrets. The larger islands include San Juan Island, Lopez Island and Orcas Island. Friday Harbor located on San Juan Island is a great port to visit on foot, by boat or bike. "Island Time" describes the peaceful, relaxed pace of life where time seems to stand still; schedules and commitments all seem to fade away.

Venture across the Deception Pass bridge to nearby Oak Harbor situated on Whidbey Island (which just happens to be the longest island in the continental United States).

The majestic Olympic Mountains situated on the nearby Olympic Peninsula cast a rain shadow over the San Juan Islands so places like Friday Harbor actually receive far less precipitation than the neighboring areas including the Skagit Valley.

I love boating in the beautiful San Juan Islands. As a safe boater, I always check the Tide Chart and the latest Weather Forecast to ensure I have an accurate Marine Forecast.
Be sure to carry your WA Boat License with you at all times.

I enjoy skimming across the waves in my turbine powered boat with a permanent grim etched on my face!

Current local weather
 
Links to north Puget Sound local area Weather Forecasts and Tide Tables

Every Spring Tulip Town comes alive during the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Here's a Virtual Tour of the Skagit Valley tulip fields when all the flowers are in full bloom.

Check the tide tables before you take your boat out (right)




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