Possession Point

We thought we visited Possession Point State Park but as it turns out, we was at the Possession Point County Park. The state park was about 1/2 miles down the road.

Ok, whatever, not like I ever use a GPS or read road signs or anything.

We took a small hike, about 3/4 of a mile, but it was all +/- 300′ and honestly we didn’t see too much to make it worth the time and effort. We did see many American Robins, a few Dark-eyed Juncos and a bagillion Tent Worms which are everywhere, we had so many crawling on us, we got tired of picking them off.

We hiked to the peak and found a nice place to rest, but again, nothing really to see but tree’s and we found a water fountain of all things on the peak but of course, it didn’t work.

We walked around the dock and saw 3 Great Blue Herons and as well as a Osprey and heard a few Rufous Hummingbirds and 4 or 5 rabbits and some deer.

We drove back to Freeland, WA and stopped at the local food truck of Bubba’s Burgers and enjoyed eating them, not the best I have ever had, but I would go back.

We will go to Possession Point State Park soon, the County Park was ok, but honestly, it needed a lot of care to make it look more presentable and less neglected.

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Hi there! I am ToRn. I'm a "fortysomething" Dude who is ready for a new life style. The current one has become too boring and too predictable. So why not shake things up and get rid of everything we own and leave everything we know and move into a small box on wheels with the Big Red Wife and and our 2 cat's who could quite possibly be evil? I was born and raised in Indiana and spent part of Summer's in Minnesota. I lived 3 years in Washington and 3.5 year's in Florida and for the past 5+ years we have lived in the great state of Oregon! Which I now consider my home state. I have been to 39 State's as far, with all intention to visit all 50, as well as any and every National Park, Forrest and whatever else there is marked on a map between me and where I am going. Green is my favorite color.
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