So as promised, here is part 2!
We spent all of our meal times out on the back deck. With a view like this, who wouldn’t?
The cottage had a full kitchen and a grill outside so that made meals with Baby E much easier. We made all but one meal at the cottage. Although D and I love to explore local restaurants, dining out with Baby E is always a bit of a production (and an experience that isn’t the most conducive to relaxation). As such, we were happy to take full advantage of our outdoor space and eat in.
Our walks on the beach and along the main road yielded many photo treasures.
I love the look of the shingles on this cottage.
Crabbing and seafood are a big deal here. Can you tell? If you head to the island in March, you might be able to enjoy the annual mussel festival at nearby Whidbey Island. I was quite disappointed that we missed it.
Nautical details were everywhere. I saw this front door and I just had to stop.
It only seems fitting that I should end with a beginning. Our cottage was positioned perfectly to watch the sunrise. With Baby E rising as early as he does, it only made sense to make the most of the situation and enjoy the magic.