Sep 27, 2017 - National Geographic Quest
The San Juan Islands were covered in a blanket of fog this morning. We had breakfast while anchored off of Fossil Bay, the red bark of the Madrona trees peeking out from between fog banks. We set out early to kayak the calm bay and search the beach for fossils. Sucia Island greeted us with river otters, hairy woodpeckers, and trees adorned with sparkling spider webs. This island did not disappoint. After a beautiful morning ashore it was all aboard for our journey south to Seattle, bringing an end to a truly magical week in the Pacific Northwest.
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