We plotted out a rough course taking the ferry across the sound and heading up towards Port Townsend, where we had a nice lunch on the water at a Mexican joint. Took another ferry to Whidbey Island and motored up across Deception Pass and onto Fidalgo Island and then back down through the Skagit Valley and ended up with a nice dinner on the beach where we were treated to a fire-boat motoring along spraying it's water cannons as the sun started to do down. All in all a tad over 200 miles and it felt like I didn't want the day to end and get off the bike. Not once was I cold or wet or stuck in traffic! What more could you ask for on a Sunday?
Here we are headed west crossing the Hood Canal Floating Bridge into Jefferson County, with me, as usual, in the lead, front bike on the left, (I just can't follow anyone!) The blue stuff above us is the sky with no clouds! It was a day that I wish the road, just like the sky, truly did never end.
"Little darlin' it's been a long cold lonely winter,
Little darlin' it seems like it's been years since it's been clear
Here comes the sun, Here comes the sun, and I say...it's allright!"
George Harrison - Here Comes The Sun