There is the most amazing park about 2 hours south of Vancouver in Washington, called Deception Pass State Park. Irek and I haven’t done too much exploring in Washington since we moved to BC almost 3 years ago, but there is so much to discover all around the Pacific North West. This park in Washington was surrounded by some of the greenest water I’ve ever seen. It was breathtaking and really took me by surprise.
Once we went down below the bridge, the only sounds you could hear were birds chirping and bees buzzing! And, overhead, eagles were soaring and pelicans were hunting for fish. It was absolutely incredible, I fell in love with it.
We didn’t realize how huge the state park was, until we arrived and had a look at the map. We could have spent much longer than just the few hours we were there exploring. It’s definitely on my high priority list to head back there, and potentially camp for a few days in the summer.
Hope you enjoy the pictures & have a lovely weekend!
“Our task must be to free ourselves… by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it’s beauty.”
– Albert Einstein