Come home to Whidbey Island
Whidbey Island is a 50-mile long amoeba squiggle in the waters of Puget Sound. It’s home to 71,000 people, most of whom reside in the north end near Oak Harbor and the Naval Air Station, the island’s largest employer.
Coming home to Whidbey means decompressing for winter storm-watchers and summer hammock-nappers. The Olympics loom magical as mirages on bright mornings, and soothe us with reflected sunsets. Coming home to Whidbey is a pleasure you’ll value.
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