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A serpentine stretch of road connects the artisanal hubs of Fairhaven and Bow-Edison. Travelers can start their journey on Chuckanut Drive on the edge of the city limits of Bellingham and continue on … more
Among our waterside gems is Fairhaven, a subset of Bellingham, founded as its own town in the 1880s by an entrepreneur and convicted felon named Daniel Jefferson Harris. Fairhaven embraces … more
Tongue in cheekily nicknamed the city of subdued excitement, Bellingham is a booming brewpub town, a hub of outdoor adventurers and a beautiful place to visit. In Bellingham, parks abound, and people … more
The beachside community of Birch Bay can feel like a trip back in time. Driving down Birch Bay Drive in the middle of summer,  you can still pick up the vibes of poodle skirts and the sight of … more
The first American town travelers will pass through after passing south-bound through the Peace Arch border crossing is Blaine, Washington. Its oceanside location offered multiple trade advantages … more
Need a break from urban life? Tsawwassen and Ladner may be just what you’re looking for. Nestled between river and ocean, these towns have lots of options for relaxation. Go for a stroll or … more
The closest of the San Juans Islands to the mainland is Lummi Island. Just a six-minute ferry ride across Hale PassAGE, this retreat off of Gooseberry Point is a picturesque location to spend the day … more
Start off with a round of golf in the morning, spend the afternoon on a sunny beach, enjoy a meal al fresco and then wrap up the day with an ice cream while strolling along a promenade at … more
Richmond calls itself an “island city, by nature,” a tidy way of summing up its rich diversity. Richmond, with the village of Steveston on its southern flank, grew on the seventeen … more
Locals call it “The Sigh.” You drive through the border, turn right onto Tyee Drive with its towering evergreens, and “The Sigh” involuntarily escapes you. Point Roberts is an … more
From fishing to shopping, Burlington should be your destination for family fun. Burlington is often called “Hub city,” as it conveniently sits at the meeting place of Interstate 5 and … more
  Back in the 1800s, Mount Vernon was known as a transportation and trading center for the logging industry. Now, Mount Vernon is known throughout Washington as the land of tulips, tulips and … more
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