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Whidbey Island Kayaking
Whidbey Island Kayaking

Whidbey Island Kayaking

Thinking of buying a kayak?
Want to improve your paddling skills?
Looking for more confidence on the water?

We offer our Intro To Kayaking classes in June and cover all the basics from types of kayaks to paddle strokes and basic navigation skills. For more info and to register, go to
Navy Releases Final EIS for Growler Operations at NAS Whidbey Island - Whidbey Island - View News - Yabsta

The Navy has released the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) analyzing EA-18G Growler operations at the Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island Complex. It contains updated information since the release of the Draft EIS in November 2016 and identifies Alternative 2A as the preferred alternati...

Greenbank Farm Wine Shop
Greenbank Farm Wine Shop

Greenbank Farm Wine Shop

This Saturday Dec 9th 2 - 4pm Community Potluck & "We Bought the Farm" Celebration at Greenbank Farm

Whidbey News-Times

Burn Baby! Burn!

Island County Sheriff Mark Brown has reduced the burn ban restrictions in Island County, effective immediately.

In a statement released today, Brown said:

"As outlined in County Ordinance 14.03B, there is still a ban on outdoor burning in unincorporated Island County; however the current change in status does allow for recreational fires (which were previously banned).

Recreational Fires are cooking fires, campfires, and bonfires using charcoal or firewood that occur in designated areas or on private property for cooking, pleasure, or ceremonial purposes:
· Fire must be in an enclosure that is a minimum of 16 inches high, no wider than three feet across, and made of cement block, stones, or #10 gauge steel.
· Burned material must be kept lower than the sidewalls of the enclosure.
· The following must be in the immediate vicinity of the enclosure and present at all times during burning: A charged garden hose; or two, five-gallon buckets of water; or a five-gallon Class-A fire extinguisher and a shovel.
· Fires must be 10 feet from any standing timber or combustibles and there must be no tree branches within 10 feet above the enclosure.
· There must be at least one person 16 years of age or older, in attendance at all times, who is capable of putting the fire out

Outdoor burning requiring a permit and fires used for debris disposal purposes are NOT considered recreational fires, and as such are still under Burn Ban Restrictions."

Race the Reserve Whidbey Island
Race the Reserve Whidbey Island

Race the Reserve Whidbey Island



Orcas in Penn Cove on Earth Day Celebrating with Penn Cove Shellfish Crew.

For a long time, Orcas have not visited Penn Cove. They are finally coming back! Earth Day 2016!

Orcas and our Penn Cove Mussel Farm crew celebrating Earth Day - 2016 together in Penn Cove, Whidbey Island, Washington. Wish you all were here to share the ...

Work hard, play hard!  One of the many races held between local sailors!

Work hard, play hard! One of the many races held between local sailors!

Sailboats race from the Oak Harbor Marina to the Coupeville Wharf, then the skippers run to Toby's Tavern and the first to down a pint wins! #pnw #whidbey #oakharbor #coupeville #tobysrun #sailboat #race #island


302 N Main St
Coupeville, WA


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