SEVEN WEEKS ACROSS AMERICA
After we dropped Grandpa off in Port Angeles to catch a flight back home, we continued across Washington State. We rode a ferry to Whidbey Island, and spent the night at Fort Ebey State Park. There you can explore concrete structures that served as a battery and the concrete gun emplacements that were built to help defend the coast during WWII. The sun was setting as we pulled up so we set off right away to check them out. They were very popular with the kids from the nearby campground, and it was a delight to see big kids having as much fun playing outside as the little ones.
The old parade grounds face the ocean and the view of the sunset from there was just fantastic.