>Continuing our tour of the great Pacific Northwest, Washington State has a large ferry fleet. Mainly to go from the mainland to the San Juan Islands, which are only accessible by water or air. If you are being flown out of the island it is usually a medical emergency (don’t ask me how I know that).

On the back of the postcard.

FORT CASEY STATE PARK
Coupeville, Washington
Fort Casey was established in the late 1890’s to protect Admiralty Inlet and Puget Sound. It is now a state park. Also located nearby are Keystone ferry landing and in the background, the Camp Casey Conference Center, operated by Seattle Pacific University.
Photo by John Kaiser

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