For $200 you can get an entire year of mooring and docking in Washington’s state parks. That is a great bargain especially if you don’t limit your cruising to the summer. Turns out few people actually cruise in the winter and we have had every anchorage to ourselves so far.
We spent a few sunny days at Jones Island before the weather turned ugly and drove us into port.The floating docks are removed in winter but landing the dinghy is a breeze on the steep beach. Of course dinghy wheels like we had on Camille would certainly make it easier to pull the heavy dinghy up the beach. We picked up one of five balls in North Bay. There are three more in South Bay. Winter-time moss is this amazing bright green — the photos don’t do it justice. The seals follow our every move and go under as soon as they see the camera.Gnarly!