Things to do on Whidbey

First Time Home Buyer Staying Cool During The Summer Kayaking and Paddle Boarding Staying Cool This Summer Water activities are something particularly special to Whidbey Island. After all, we are completely surrounded by water. With the sun making more and more guest appearances in the sky you can place a good bet on the expectation of increased activity on the waves. Between kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, and more; Whidbey […]
Things to do on Whidbey Kayaking and Paddle Boarding Bowman Bay                              Bowman Bay     This is absolutely one of my favorite places to hike and paddle.  The winds are typically calm in this area, the bay is a somewhat protected area making it a haven for paddlers in the summer. Don’t […]
Anita Johnston Langley Downtown Langley by Windermere Whidbey Island On the southern side of Whidbey Island along the Saratoga Passage lies the lovely little town of Langley. With a population of just over 1,000, this quaint town is home to a creative culture and endless entertainment. Established in 1891, Langley served as South Whidbey’s trading center for all […]
Things to do on Whidbey Dog Parks on Whidbey If you have been out exploring Whidbey recently, you might have noticed an abundance of furry four-legged creatures. It’s not much of a secret that Whidbey Islanders LOVE their dogs. As self-proclaimed “outdoorsy” people say, they are the perfect pet to have with you when hiking trails, swimming at the beach, and exploring places like […]
Things to do on Whidbey Whidbey Made on Whidbey Island Have you heard the buzz that we have another new business downtown Oak Harbor?  Whidbey Made has definitely made a splash and made their presence known on Whidbey Island.   Whidbey Made, owned and operated by Brian Noel, is a small shop on Pioneer Way in Oak Harbor.   They are selling all things made on […]
Things to do on Whidbey Coupeville to Port Townsend via the Washington State Ferry system Saturday mornings I cherish heading to Coupeville to run onto the ferry to Port Townsend.  Why would I do this you might ask.  It’s all about the Farmer’s Market.  They have my favorite farmer’s market but it’s also about the experience.  The 20 minute ferry ride to Port Townsend is quite lovely.  You can easily […]
Things to do on Whidbey Biking on Whidbey Island Biking on Whidbey Island What I wish I would have known 10 years, 20 years or 30 years ago about biking on Whidbey Island.  Whidbey is 55 miles long and I think it’s absolutely beautiful every month of the year.  Living in the Pacific Northwest we get a fair amount of biking weather if you […]
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