A little scenic tour. The weatherman said partial sun.....and it was Very Partial.......but we eventually found a little slice.
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|There is alot of crab fishin' activity around Point Migley. It must be a productive spot, there are so many bouys it's a challenge finding a good route throught the maze. Around Point Migley on the northwest corner of the island is "The Willows". The restaurant is said to be outstanding and a barge is anchored offshore during the summer so boats can tie up and run the dingy ashore for dinner (Thurs - Sun). For reservations and weather conditions (360) 758-2620 This one makes the short list!!|
|There were a number of boats trolling the northwestern corner of Lummi, but we didn't see any action. Clark and Barnes Island are to the southwest, overshadowed by Orcas Island.|
|Village Point once had a salmon cannery, and adjacent Legoe Bay has an August reefnet festival that sounds delicious. Michael Oppenheimer's kinetic sculpture park has also piqued my interest....also on the short list.|
|Lover's Bluff is a big rock outcrop in Legoe bay. Further south, Devil's Slide is an unusual limestone cliff. We pass by Baker's Reef as we continue south toward Lummi Rocks.|
|Lummi Rocks are right across from Devil's Slide on the southwest edge of the island. Scuba diving might be good. Looking back with the telephoto lens I grabbed a pic of Village Point.|
|At Lummi Rocks we turn south and go around Sinclair Island....Eagle Cliff on Cypress Island is in the backgroud. The charts refer to a tower on Sinclair; without some bright paint it blends into the background. The Cone Islands are always picturesque, even on a gray day.|
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