On June 5th Barb and I took the day off work and went for a drive to Lopez Island. Lopez is the third largest of the San Juan Island archipelago. A map is here.
We had been there together before (and here) in 2015 and camped. This time it was just for the day. Going earlier in the year resulted in the temperature being a little cooler. With a little bit of wind it was occasionally on the cool side of comfortable but with a flannel shirt or sweatshirt it was still nice.
We saw many of the same things and hiked many of the same trails. It was our first real excursion together since the COVID-19 outbreak. The lack of traffic, both on the highways and the ferries, reflected the current situation. It seemed that we almost had the island to ourselves. It was a wonderful vacation from the lockdown.
The trails were wonderful. The views were wonderful. And the companionship was awesome.
I suspect this is evidence of the glacier from the last ice age.
If the air is clear enough you can see Mount Baker from the island. It’s fifty miles away. It was a little cloudy this time and I didn’t get any pictures of it. This picture is from our last visit in 2015:
Looks like you had a great time!!
Double thumbs up for taking a break and enjoying the day.