Fewer than a thousand people live on this rugged island, a 10-minute ferry ride from Washington’s northern coast. Driving along its 9 square miles, you won’t encounter many tourists -just a scattering of second-home owners in tie-dye and fishermen netting salmon. In spring, you might spot whales migrating up the coast-or the occasional skinny dipper.
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