Puget Sound’s best places to play both on and near the water—paddle, sail, motor, hike, cycle, drive, GO! • Many new sites as well as information for sites that have been improved by repairs, updates, and expansions • Now with easier to use directions by boat or car; more sidebars highlighting interesting facts and trivia; improved navigation notes; and new lists of attractions for specific trips • Bigger than their earlier editions—both incorporate parts of now out-of-print Afoot & Afloat Middle Puget Sound & Hood Canal These two new editions in the Afoot and Afloat series are for people who love water— being on it or near it. That’s why these books not only tell you where to take your boat but what you can do on land when you arrive at your destination. On the other hand, it’s not necessary to own a boat to find fun things to do in these books. If you like to hike, bike, picnic, or see wildlife all with a beautiful Puget Sound backdrop, these titles will show you where to do that, complete with detailed driving directions.
Three previous books were combined into these two new editions, packing more information into each new book and providing more value to readers. The South Puget Sound book covers locations from Seattle, Bainbridge Island, Kitsap Peninsula, Vashon Island, Tacoma, Nisqually Delta and Olympia, among many more.
The North Puget Sound book includes places from Blaine and Birch Bay at the northern most point, down through Bellingham Bay; to Fidalgo, Whidbey, and Camano Islands; and on to Edmonds, Hood Canal and the Strait of Juan De Fuca, all the way to Neah Bay.
MARGE AND TED MUELLER have explored the Northwest’s mountains, forests, and waterways for more than 40 years. They are the authors of all five titles in the Afoot & Afloat series, as well as Washington State Parks, 3rd Edition, and Exploring Washington’s Wild Areas.