Lummi Island, WA

Kristi

While the primary purpose for our visit to Lummi Island was to dine at the Willow’s Inn, we spent the night on the island, and did a bit of exploring. This is not a difficult feat, as the Island is only around 9 miles long! The weekend we visited, the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. Sunny and warm, but not too warm. Here’s some shots I took during our mini-vacay:

View of the ocean from outside our room:

Our room at the Willow’s Inn, the low-tide. Tiny room, but clean, and with quite a nice view!

The first place we visited was the Beach Store Cafe, which is just up the road from the ferry. We were hungry, so we immediately stopped for lunch. The food wasn’t much to write home about, but it was good, fresh, and satisfied our hunger!

Clam chowder:

Club sandwich

Cod fish and chips:

2200 N Nugent Rd, Lummi Island, WA 98262
(360) 758-2233
www.beachstorecafe.com
Beach Store Cafe on Urbanspoon

If you squint, you can see two bald eagles in this tree, which was right up the road from our room:

The Nettles farm is where a great deal of the produce at the Willow’s Inn comes from.

Quite a variety of produce, as well as honeybees, and chickens!

 

Colorful, healthy chickens. No wonder those breakfast eggs were so tasty!

Very much a working farm!

If you’re planning to go to dinner at the Willow’s Inn, (which I also HIGHLY recommend), I also recommend staying at the Willow’s Inn, rather than trekking home after such a long, relaxing meal. I’m hoping to be back soon!


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