Tour de Fidalgo Bay


Our Route

Our Route

Well for all us cycling fans, it’s time for the Spring Classics.  The epic, grueling, one-day races across Northern France, Belgium, and around – Fidalgo Bay ? ? ?

Yep that’s right.  Travis, Booker and I took off on this beautiful spring morning to ride the Tommy Thompson Trail around Fidalgo Bay and through Anacortes.

Here are a few of our favorite images.  Plus – There is a fun little video at the end.

Nature Break

Nature Break

March's Point Oil Refinery

March's Point Oil Refinery

Riding the Otter

Riding the Otter

The View From Cap Sante

The View From Cap Sante

The View to the South - From Cap Sante

The View to the South - From Cap Sante

Saddlebag Island - Behind the Tanker

Saddlebag Island - Behind the Tanker

Oh, that’s Mt. Baker in the distance.

Kat  -  Booker  -  Travis

Kat - Booker - Travis

Spring Time

Spring Time

Putting Some "English" On It

Putting Some "English" On It

Well we had a magnificent day.  The rain held off until we were driving home.  Booker was an absolute champion on the ride…Really, just the perfect little dude.  Thanks Booker and Travis for the great day.

Kat

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About Jeff Katzer

Welcome friends. I'm a cyclist, hiker, motorbike rider, kayaker, photographer, videographer, ukulele player, snowshoer, XC skier, and BEST of all - a grandpa. Somewhere in that list above you'll find the theme of the Adventure Journal.
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3 Responses to Tour de Fidalgo Bay

  1. Kevin says:

    Great Day indeed! and a fun video at the end- THANKS, KK

  2. play2win says:

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