Langley Town Center

Nancy and I decided to have a day trip to Whidbey Island to do some exploring.  We focused our trip on the small town of Langley.  Located on the southeast side of the island and not far from the ferry terminal at Clinton, it is an easy place to get to.  The town has a very relaxed feel to it.  We were there outside peak season which, no doubt, helped but there were still plenty of visitors.  Even so, the town had a laid-back feel and did not seem too busy.

We wandered around the shops, had a spot of lunch overlooking the water and checked out some of the older buildings and their history.  We also saw some local entertainment but I shall save details of that for another time.  On a sunny fall day, you couldn’t have asked for a nicer place to hang out and watch the world go by.  When we had looked around the streets, there was still the shore to explore so a little stroll along the water’s edge wrapped up a great little visit.

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One Response to Langley Town Center

  1. John Dubpernell says:

    Hi Rob, My Sister and Brother in Law have lived on Whidbey for 20 + years now over in Greenbank. I enjoy visiting them in the Fall during the offseason so I don’t have run onto Tourist. Sorry, no jab intended. LOL I really enjoy the laid back feeling on the island.
    Cheers.
    John D.

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