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If you love bursts of color on tree-sized bushes, and you're there during peak season (April and May), you can't miss Meerkerk Rhododendon Gardens. Ten acres of gardens are tended by volunteers on a non-profit basis; admission is $5 per person.
Stop by to see Admiralty Head Lighthouse, the gun emplacements, fabulous views, and wildlife of Fort Casey. On my last trip, I saw a sea lion and deer. You can also camp or picnic here. $10 per carload.
After you've had a busy morning, stop into the Knead & Feed for soup, sandwich, and pie. Their Marionberry pie (a type of blackberry that I've only seen in the Northwest) is absolutely the BEST. If you're not that hungry, skip lunch and go directly to pie a la mode (that is, with vanilla ice cream). YUM!
Greenbank Farm, just outside the village of Greenbank, has wine tasting and three or four art galleries with different types of art featured: paintings, collages, handicrafts, metal sculpture, and textiles. Great for browsing.
You'll want to stroll the streets of downtown Langley, as well. Besides several nice art galleries, this town is home to some interesting bookstores, such as Gregor Rare Books. One whole showcase is dedicated to first-edition books on the space program, signed by astronauts who have walked on the moon.
After a long day, you'll want someplace comfortable, and with a view of the water, to spend the night. Innkeepers Jerry and Joanne will welcome you warmly to their small B&B. Breakfast is always tasty.