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Point Partridge

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From the beach at Point Partridge

 

Point Partridge surf.

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Looking towards Perego’s Lagoon and Seattle.

Port Angeles might be out there in the distance.

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Friday afternoon – Point Partridge

Looking towards the Olympic Mountains

Looking towards the San Juan Islands

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Another nice winter day out there.

Image above: Off Point Partridge

Plenty of beach south of Point Partridge.

We’re back to that time of year where the tide can be low enough during the day to allow for a nice beach walk.

Looking south to Perego’s Lagoon

Camp Casey barracks in the distance.

Some wave action out there.

Today’s images were taken at Fort Ebey.

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January 24, 2021 The Everett Herald

Whidbey wandering on the rugged Pacific Northwest Trail

 

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Point Partridge

 

Watching the waves.

Strait of Juan de Fuca – North end of Fort Ebey

 

Fort Ebey

 

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Not waiting on nice weather at Point Partridge

 

On the horizon:

Vancouver Island to the right.

Olympic Mountains to the left.

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Seen on the woodsy trails of Fort Ebey

 

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A short trail takes you to the beach at Fort Ebey.

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Google maps shows a route that completely avoids the beach and crosses through private property.

Nonsense.

Check the tides and maybe go when you can enjoy a cool and foggy outing. Listen to the surf, sea birds and fog horns along the way. Listen for the Point Partridge bell buoy on days with any wave action.

When the time is right, look for surfers at Point Partridge.

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A short trail takes you to the beach at Fort Ebey.

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In recent weeks, the trails I am familiar with at Fort Ebey have remained unrestricted. Back out today to enjoy the scene.

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Plenty of lonely beach out there.

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South of Point Partridge

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South of Point Partridge

 

Plenty of lonely beach out there.

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No crowds today at Fort Ebey.

Part of my walk took me out to Lake Pondilla, where I found this rock. I’m wondering if it had been there prior to the start of winter.

Shipping lanes were busy out there today.

Local group: Whidbey Island Rocks – WIR

 

Local group: Whidbey Island Rocks – WIR