Rest Day Review – San Juan Islands

Dolloped in the middle of the Salish Sea (all of that water between Seattle and Canada) floats a chain of Islands known as the San Juans and they should be on your tick list.

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From Squamish, you have a mild and wildly picturesque 2 1/2 hour drive to the state ferry terminal in Anacortes, Washington. An enjoyable 60 minute boat ride takes it’s time introducing you to the islands. San Juan is the main visited island, Orcas is next, and almost twice the size, and following Orcas are dozens of public and private islands.

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