Last week I joined up with an annual camping trip of family and friends (most I have known my entire life). We usually head east of the mountains for the big camping shin-dig, but this year there were too many people that were going to have to come and go, so we figured we’d stay a little closer to Seattle to make it easier on everyone. We settled on the Thousand Trails campgrounds in LaConner, WA. The sites we had were closer to the big open field in the middle of the campgrounds (when camping with children aged 2 months to 17 years old, it’s best to be close to the playground!). The campgrounds run right up to the water on Skagit Bay and I took a couple of walks down there. The first walk was a few hours before sunset when the reflections on the water were spectacular. The second walk was a couple of days later right as the sun was quickly falling behind the mountains.
Enjoy what I saw in LaConner!
While I was working at the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival a couple of weeks ago, I had a few spare minutes to grab some shots of things I saw that I wanted to remember.
Enjoy what I saw in Coupeville!