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Orcas Island bike tour

deception pass
crossing deception pass bridge by bus

march's point
bike path from bus stop into Anacortes town

orcas island bike touring
top of hill as we enter Moran State Park

orcas island hiking
hiking to Mt. Constitution in Moran State Park

laundry at moran state park
repurposing the bungee cords for laundry

joining 52 photos  repurposing

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Tracy said…
WOW... that top image is dazzling! And so is the last one too... love the sunflares! soon. :O) ((HUGS))
GalleryJuana said…
thanks tracy! sun flares are always a boon!
OHHHHH! we were just there in May. But it was pouring down rain that day. I got some great rain shots for the day we get a rain gallery prompt! LOL!
Bella Cirovic said…
Thank you so much for sharing these to the gallery!

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