Taking the ferry from Gooseberry Point to Lummi Island is like sailing into the past. The Whatcom Chief looks like a cross between a tugboat and a barge. It can hold 22 cars for the 5-minute ride to the island and is Whatcom County’s only ferry. Once on the island, which is just 9.25 square miles in land mass and has a population of around 1,000 full-time residents, it is clear that you’ve arrived in a place built for peace and quiet. Amazing that it so close to Seattle, just an hour and forty minute drive to the ferry dock.
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