Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Last October we had the opportunity to spend a blustery weekend up north on my In-Law's boat. It had been docked all summer in the cutest little private marina in Ferndale. A small town, just north of Bellingham, rich with farmland and a few other unexpected interests.

a newly paved trail through town.

 Saturday morning Farmer's Market. One vendor offers freshly prepared
breakfast sandwiches, while Barb's Pies and Pastries, the local bakery
serve the most adorable individual pastry pies.

 This historical museum park was such a treat to walk through, 
especially for us West Coasters who rarely get to see 
100 year old homesteads.

 For a unique small wedding, you can actually rent the church 
for your big day.  Click here for more details.

 Summer and School Tours offer children an opportunity to learn how 
to be a pioneer kid including: dipping candles, grinding grain, gathering 
eggs, visiting a one room schoolhouse and learning how mail was delivered.

We got coffee here on our way to Lynden, one of my favorite towns for 
another post.  Get that cozy feel of a rustic lodge for a 3 dollar coffee...
that's a pretty good deal.  Coffee itself is of typical franchise caliber, 
not Capitol Hill, but it gets the job done. 

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