Category Archives: Birch Bay
A Story About Bellingham To Birch Bay On The “Road Less Traveled”
Most people decide to head up Interstate 5 from Bellingham to Birch Bay. Not bad if you want to get from Point A to Point B. But as I left Bellingham in the rain heading to the on-ramp, I decided … Continue reading
A Day In The Mallard Cabin
The Mallard Cabin has recently been redone at the Tide Catcher and it seemed like a good idea to get a few shots up on the Blog here. Later in the day, with the sun hot, the beach hot and … Continue reading
Birds In Birch Bay
Hey, while staying in the Brant Cabin one day, I decided to go out and see what kind of bird life I could find. Down by Birch Bay State Park I found a couple Blue Herons and a Crow…. I … Continue reading
Polar Bear Swim Tide Catcher Style !
Yes, Yes, Yes, the water was cold! Hey it was January 1, the temperature of the water was 48 degrees (F). But the air was colder (39 degrees (F) so it actually felt warm when we got out. It was … Continue reading
A Winter Heron Feeding At The Tide
Blue Herons are really cool. Awkward, graceful, noisy, silent. And they are great fishermen.
Fourth of July
The 4th of July in Birch Bay is something time has forgotten…..patriotic, lots of fireworks from the Lummi Nation, picnics up and down the beach, campers, barbeques, American Flags, and just plain fun.