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The forecast was for mid-70s, so John and I took off north to head for Semiahmoo. I've never been there before, and the name sounded great. 

This is the general route.


As luck would have it, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival was on, and we got to pass by some beautiful fields of tulips in full bloom, with more to come in a few weeks.




The green plants to the right are tulips, just a week or so away from blooming. It smelled pretty.

On the way out, to Anacortes along the coast.



Washington Park, Anacortes. We ate our lunch there and sat talking and taking in the scenery for about an hour.



John, on a beautiful black ST1300.


We got to the end of the Semiahmoo Spit and found out how some other people live. Funny, we didn't see the owners. I guess they were working to afford their toys. 




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My grandparents lived in White Rock, BC, just across the line north of Semiahmoo, literally across the street from the reserve.  Beautiful part of the world.  I've been to Lynden, Wash, many times, and Seattle, too, of course.

Great pics.  Would LOVE to ride the shoreline like you did.  Nice n long ride with beautiful scenery.

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