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The ideal Orcas Island pastime with Eastsound waterfront in the background.
Indian Island and a local activist.
Orcas has two wooden boat races every Summer. This is the one for rowing boats getting ready for the start.
The Outlook Inn on Eastsound waterfront.
Eastsound waterfront at low tide.
Outlook Inn from Indian Island at low tide.
Eastsound waterfront from the community dock at Madrona Point.
Deer Harbor is the largest boat marina on Orcas Island.
Eastsound waterfront at night from the community dock.
Deer Harbor marina.
Plenty of room on the ferry to relax.
Heading home on the ferry.
The views from the ferries can be spectacular.
Diesel electric ferries are the usual way to get to the Island.
Ferry arrives at Orcas Landing.
The ferries hold a surprising number of cars and passengers, but it's often not enough in the Summer season.
You can dress up or down for a ride on the ferry.
The farmer at Fowlers corner puts up lights for all of the traditional holidays from Valentines Day to New Year. Here is the before Thanks Giving Turkey.
Crow Valley makes a bucolic scene as dawn breaks.
Moran State park is a jewel in the crown of Orcas. Donated by ship builder Robert Moran. It is over 2,000 acres and has a 2,500 foot mountain, Mount Constitution named after Moran's best known (boon doggle) ship.
Driftwood sculpture comes and goes. This is one lasted about six months before eroding back to nature. He was known by names most often as "The Tiki Man".
Another eclectic beach sculpture piece. Too close to the water to last long!
Float planes are one of the scheduled transport methods.
Every Summer there is a spectacular "Fly In" at Eastsound airport (ESD).
Orca whale pods patrol just off shore.
Multi colored Sea Stars are everywhere on the beaches in the Summer.