…the fog settles gently in Crow Valley.
…the local oysters are even tastier because the water temperature is colder and they get “happy”.
…the pantry is in need of a Costco run and it’s much easier to book a last minute trip with the Washington State Ferry Reservation System.
…locals share the bounty of the farm with family and friends, and you are invited to old-fashioned cider pressing potlucks.
…you purchase your winter crab catch license to extend the enjoyment of fresh seafood for a few more weeks.
…the Farmer’s Market moves into the Oddfellow’s Hall, where the artisans and gardeners continue to offer local bounty and color. The Holiday Fair will soon fill these walls with bells and song.
…you admire showstopping sunrises and sunsets– what more can I say? They take your breath away!
…Fowler’s Pond turns into a golden reflection of wetland plants, surrounded by fall foliage on fire.
…Seahawk football fans come alive with blue and green. All throughout Eastsound, locals don their favorite 12th man T-shirts (and tutu!) and gather around the large screen at the Lower Tavern, where everyone knows your name.
…Viking team spirit comes alive on the side of the barn each year as incoming seniors display their artwork. Give us a call at 376-8374 if you want to attend a sports event. The Booster Club did an amazing job of fundraising and gave out annual passes to all the donors.
Fall is all about celebrating the end of a season and the beginning of a new one. And there is no better place than Orcas Island to spend time with friends and family and cozy up to the season. Happy Fall!