Sunday, September 21, 2014

Celebrations at Ft. Casey

An Anniversary and a birthday were all we needed for a visit to Fort Casey State Campground on Whidbey Island, for a close-at-hand getaway.    Ft. Casey is a small campground surrounded on one side by a big park and the other Puget Sound.   For exploration there are a number of interesting old 1900 batteries that once housed guns to offset an invasion by sea.   Add a beautiful  lighthouse, stunning views, and wind-battered old growth trees leaves one satiated with beauty and history.

The prairie nearby and the town of Coupeville are added bonuses for hiking, eating and exploring.  Because of fishing season, we barely got a camp site, but luck was with us.  The very last site was ours, but only after we observed a truck and boat trailer were parked in one.  We guessed they might not be staying, asked, and sure enough, they were about to leave.

 Hiking Ebey's Landing

Happy Birthday Mr. Ed

Happy Anniversary Joe and Nancy

Happy camping Benton

Beautiful Ebey's Landing

"The friends of our friends are our friends."

~African proverb

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