We walked this labyrinth by the ocean as well. Look at that creepily huge pumpkin in the middle!
We killed a few hours walking around town. For some reason I was really into that fish open sign.
We went in the Orcas Island Historical Society Museum. There wasn't a ton of stuff in it, but they had stories from people who had lived on the island at all different times. Our favorite was about the school superintendent who canoed between islands to see the schools, and once was stuck in a storm with a goat in his canoe! There was also one from a woman who said when they would pull up water from the well they would have to pull the snakes out of the bucket! Ah!
They had lots of photos of early settlers. The island has seen a lot of prune farms over the years.
We pulled up the ranger station looking for a map and this dog came to the window. We cracked up about it for the rest of the day.
We drove up the main road toward Mount Constitution and were amazed at this view when we pulled over at the scenic overlook. That deer! He had a white body with a brown head! He stood there for a long time and I took one million photos of him.
There is a nice shoot of Travis and our rental car!
Matching plaid on the mountain.
It was pretty cloudy, so we couldn't see much. It was still a cool view.
Up on top of the observation tower they had images so you know what islands you were looking at.
Couldn't resist a photo of my feet with the wet fall leaves.