Around Seattle: Ebey’s Landing in Whidbey’s Island

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Photos from a quick stop at Ebey’s Landing on Whidbey Island, WA last month.

The first national park to incorporate privately held property, Ebey’s Landing encompasses 17,500 acres of homes, farms, and businesses still operating in stately buildings that date to the mid-1800s. Ebey’s Landing is named for Isaac Ebey, the first European-American to purchase land on Whidbey Island and is a national historical reserve which aims to preserve a rural community which provides a historical record of Pacific Northwest history.

More photo stories from Around Seattle here.

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Thanks for stopping by. Lots of love.

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