Camano Island (Part 2)

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.

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Our walks on the beach and along the main road yielded many photo treasures.

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I love the look of the shingles on this cottage.

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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.

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Nautical details were everywhere. I saw this front door and I just had to stop.

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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.

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