Crossing from Victoria, British Columbia back to the USA by ferry, is a scenic 1.5 hour
sail through the 172 named islands and reefs of San Juan County, Washington State.
Leaving early morning, although not raining, it was overcast. Sadly, we didn't have a
sighting of Orca whales who frequent these waters, and birds were few, but the
smooth as glass water, lone sailboat, and atmospheric light was certainly
beautiful. . . . . . . almost mysterious.
This is peace at its best . . . . . . . and I would like more!
I was not expecting this to be about a ferry ride from BC to Washington with a name like San Juan. 🙂 Very atmospheric that day indeed!ReplyDelete
. . . . . and you thought perhaps I was in Puerto Rico Vee!Delete
These are the most beautiful islands, the larger ones inhabited especially by creative people including artists, authors, producers of artisanal foods such as cheese and honey, and of course a large fishing community. Definitely a place to get away from the 'madding crowd'.
Lord knows we all need a whole lot of peace these days. Beautiful images! Happy October!ReplyDelete
It looks very calming! I have a blog friend, Kris who might be contacting you to get some info on Raleigh. xoReplyDelete
I've heard from Kris and will be writing to her later Penny!Delete
One of the places I want to travel to so badly! Beautiful pictures, as usual!ReplyDelete
Hope you get to visit there - it's such a beautiful place. You can enjoy both Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, and so many small towns both on the mainland and islands all in one go!Delete
It's gorgeous. Looks so unspoilt.ReplyDelete
Ahhh! The San Juan Islands are gorgeous and you portray them beautifully. We looked for an Orca when on the ferry to and from Whidbey Island last week; but alas not a one was spotted.ReplyDelete
One of my favorite places to visit! Looks like you had a beautiful day for crossing.ReplyDelete