Seattle Continued ~ Whidbey Island

Photobucket is holding all the photos of mine from this post hostage as of July 2017.

Monday Dear, my brother Leonard, his wife Mandy, and I took a ferry to Whidbey Island.

The car and passenger ferry is a short 20 minute ride from Mukilteo to Clinton on the South end of Whidbey Island.

Heading for the dock at Clinton.

We drove about 10 minutes to the great little town of Langley. Our first stop was Garibyan Brothers Cafe for a Lamb Kebab Sandwich, a ground Leg of Lamb Burger, Hummus platter and Stuffed Grape Leaves. We had the Russian Raspberry Creme for dessert.

Leonard and Mandy in the restaurant.

Views of Camano Island and Saratoga Passage.

This is the main street in this town with restaurants, antique shops, general stores, bakeries, and art shops, to name a few.

We drove north to Greenbank Farm and took a walk in their fields to get to these glorious views.

The day was so mild we could stand on the ferry outdoor deck on our way home.

The Puget Sound with the Cascade Mountains in the background.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

4 thoughts on “Seattle Continued ~ Whidbey Island

  1. Thanks for the great tour of one of my favorite places! Ah yes, Greenbanks Farm, and Langley….thanks for sharing the lovely sights. Wish I was there right now! It’s gonna be in the 90’s here today. Sigh…..

  2. Totally awesome post! My dad lives in Anacortes. I just about felt like I’d been on a visit to him by reading your blog today. Lovely place!

    🙂 LaTeaDah

    PS: Happy 4th of July!

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