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"Edmonds to Everett road trip: Local seaside getaways"- Seattle Times Online, September 29, 2021 by Lora Shinn

Check out the full story, Edmonds to Everett road trip: Local seaside getaways, posted September, 29th, 2021 on Seattle Times Online.

Lora Shinn- Contributor, The Seattle Times

Itinerary Partners- The Wishing StoneCrow, Garden Gear & Gallery, Art Spot, Cascadia Art Museum, Bistro 76, Blackbird, Walnut Street Coffee, The Market, Kelnero, Salt & Iron, Puget Sound Express’s, Brackett’s Landing, Puget Sound Bird Fest, Cascade Loop of the Great Washington State Birding Trail, Birds of Edmonds Checklist, Edmonds Marsh’s, Vertical World North, Traxx Indoor Raceway, High Trek Adventures, Boeing Future of Flight, Mukilteo Lighthouse, Silver Cloud Inn Mukilteo Waterfront, Hotel Indigo Seattle Everett Waterfront, Inn at Port Gardener, Tulalip Resort Casino, Hilbulb Cultural Center, The New Mexicans, Grandmas in Da Kitchen, Maize and Barley, Botan Ramen n Bar, Birrieria Tijuana, Bluewater Organic Distilling’s Bar + Bistro, Capers+Olives, Milkie Milkie, Everett Skate Deck, Everett Community Ice Rink, Evergreen Bowling, Angel of the Winds Arena, Funko Headquarters Retail Store, Grand Avenue Bridge,

Regions Visited- Coastal Communities

"Waterfront communities to the north — now dubbed Seattle NorthCountry — are only minutes away but can feel like another world altogether. Start your tour in the picturesque town of Edmonds, full of seaside charm and arts-centric shopping. Try adventurous activities (highlining, rock-climbing), then spend the night seaside or at one of our area’s largest casinos. Wrap up your adventure in Everett, home to both one world-renowned attraction and retro activities. [...]

Nearby Brackett’s Landing is designated a marine sanctuary, as are all of Edmonds’s public waterfront parks. The marine sanctuary’s paths and picnic areas present lovely views of the Olympic Mountains and Kingston-bound ferries."

A diver takes underwater camera gear into the underwater park at Brackett’s Landing in Edmonds. (Getty Images)

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