My husband and I, along with our four kids in college and beyond live in western Washington, but we like to venture further afield when time permits. We have enjoyed photography wherever we have gone and hope to add a little new perspective to any who may stop by to enjoy a bit of our journeys. We appreciate your interest and comments! Weather is also a passion of mine, so please drop by my blog for my musings about our weather here in the Puget Sound region!
Point Roberts Sunset
Uploaded by: PugetSoundPost
Saturday September 29, 2012
Caption: Point Roberts is an U.S. exclave. It is land that belongs to the United States, but does not physically touch it, and is not an island. Because it lies at the southern end of a peninsula, the Tsawwassen Peninsula, bordered by Boundary Bay on the east and and the Strait of Georgia on the west, and just the last 4 square miles of it lies south of the 49th parallel, which is the border between the two countries, it does lie within the US. The only way to access Point Roberts by road from the mainland of Washington State, is to first cross into Canada and then drive for a half hour or so. We had a lovely day exploring it all, including a wonderful beach sunset.
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