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Coupeville

Carl Bolstad at Coupeville
Coupeville, WashingtonCoupevilleWashingtonGreat place to visit by boat or car. Good water access in a well preserved old town. #desktopAlexander Blockhouse, Coupeville, WashingtonAlexander BlockhouseCoupeville, WashingtonBuilt in 1855 to protect area residents from potential Indian skirmishes that never materialized.Mariti Chocolate Co, Coupeville, WashingtonMariti Chocolate CoCoupeville, WashingtonThis narrow building dates from 1909 and originally housed Judge Lester Still's law office. Today you'll find some tasty temptations inside. If you...Far From Normal, Coupeville, WashingtonFar From NormalCoupeville, WashingtonDon't argue with the pretty lady wielding the Lasso of Truth. Reusable grocery bag from an eclectic little shop.Toby's Tavern, Coupeville, WashingtonToby's TavernCoupeville, WashingtonPerfect spot for fresh Penn Cove mussels and a beer after a beach hike.Knead & Feed Restaurant, Coupeville, WashingtonKnead & Feed RestaurantCoupeville, WashingtonMacadamia nut, coconut and chocolate chip cookie. Chewy and delicious!Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Island County, WashingtonEbey's Landing National Historical ReserveIsland County, WashingtonWhidbey Island is one of the most gorgeous places in Washington. I took this photo while hiking at Ebey's Landing, a 5.6 mile roundtrip hike...Ferry House, Island County, WashingtonFerry HouseIsland County, WashingtonThis 1860 Inn was built by Winfield Scott Ebey to provide financial means for his brother's orphaned children. In addition to overnight rooms the...Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Island County, WashingtonAdmiralty Head LighthouseIsland County, WashingtonAdmiralty Head Lighthouse at Fort Casey State Park. Free tour during warm months. Great scenic walks just beyond it.Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Island County, WashingtonAdmiralty Head LighthouseIsland County, WashingtonPristine condition!Oak Harbor, WashingtonOak HarborWashingtonThis eye did make me feel like someone was watching me.Point Wilson Light, Port Townsend, WashingtonPoint Wilson LightPort Townsend, WashingtonNice old lighthouse in Fort Worden State Park. At the end of a long rock & sand beach. The park also has big open areas, some camping & a number of...Point Wilson Light, Port Townsend, WashingtonPoint Wilson LightPort Townsend, WashingtonSunset over the Strait of Juan de Fuca.Bunkers at Fort Warden, Port Townsend, WashingtonBunkers at Fort WardenPort Townsend, WashingtonOne of my favorite places to photograph in all of Washington state.Fort Worden, Port Townsend, WashingtonFort WordenPort Townsend, WashingtonAlexander's castle is the oldest structure at Fort Worden State Park (built in 1883) and the second most popular place to stay. According to...Point Hudson Marina, Port Townsend, WashingtonPoint Hudson MarinaPort Townsend, WashingtonThunderbird class sailboat.Point Hudson Marina, Port Townsend, WashingtonPoint Hudson MarinaPort Townsend, WashingtonNice marina, short walk to Wooden Boat Center, and the local restaurants.Haller Fountain on Washington and Taylor, Port Townsend, WashingtonHaller Fountain on Washington and TaylorPort Townsend, WashingtonA popular spot for interval training, which makes framing a shot a unique challange.Hastings Building, Port Townsend, WashingtonHastings BuildingPort Townsend, WashingtonBuilt in 1889, the structure is now undergoing renovations to the interior, overseen by a corporation comprised of family members descended from...Port Townsend, WashingtonPort TownsendWashingtonDuring the wooden boat festival in Port Townsend, Washington, I went out onto a 43 foot schooner. We saw this other schooner, a huge pirate ship...
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