Of course, although we had all kinds of fun stuff to do there like hiking, kayaking, shopping, etc, all the kids wanted to do was swim at the pool. And, might I add, the mercury rarely hit 70 degrees. I was freezing just watching the kids in the pool and when they finally managed to convince me to get in I nearly had a cornonary episode. Seriously, when does it get warm enough there to need a pool? I spent a lot of time in the hot tub. Luckily, we had beautiful views behind the pool and we could see the beach from there. We couldn't drag Alex from the pool.
One day we dragged the kids to Moran State Park, which is, by the way, is green and amazing. At the top of Mt. Constitution there's this beautiful view of the San Juan's. And there's a huge tower where on clear days you can see Mt. Baker. It wasn't that clear this day, but we could see across the water to Victoria and Anacortes. This was Isaac's favorite part by far. He kept climbing up and down the stairs. The tower was built as a fire look out in the early 1900's.