The grand Garry oaks at Smith Park look even more majestic with snow-covered branches. Photo by Wilma Vernon LeDuc.

The grand Garry oaks at Smith Park look even more majestic with snow-covered branches. Photo by Wilma Vernon LeDuc.

Whidbey winter blast scrapbook

  • Friday, February 15, 2019 4:41pm
  • Life

A look at Whidbey Island’s winter blast.

A paddle boarder heads through the snow to the water at Ebey’s Landing. Photo by Luka Cobb

A paddle boarder heads through the snow to the water at Ebey’s Landing. Photo by Luka Cobb

The Oak Harbor Marina docks as the snow falls on Friday, Feb. 8. (Photo by Becky Powers)

The Oak Harbor Marina docks as the snow falls on Friday, Feb. 8. (Photo by Becky Powers)

A day of sledding proved exhausting for Destiny Clark’s daughter, Catalina, and the sled became a bed for the girl. (Photo by Destiny Clark)

A day of sledding proved exhausting for Destiny Clark’s daughter, Catalina, and the sled became a bed for the girl. (Photo by Destiny Clark)

A family cuts through the snow near Ebey’s Blockhouse on Central Whidbey. (Photo by Jan Pulfer Ledbetter)

A family cuts through the snow near Ebey’s Blockhouse on Central Whidbey. (Photo by Jan Pulfer Ledbetter)

A coyote crosses a Coupeville field. (Photo by Jan Pulfer Ledbetter)

A coyote crosses a Coupeville field. (Photo by Jan Pulfer Ledbetter)

Aly Willis captured a picture of her joyful 4-year-old son, Connor, tossing snow. Photo by Aly Willis

Aly Willis captured a picture of her joyful 4-year-old son, Connor, tossing snow. Photo by Aly Willis

A snowman has its back to the Clinton ferry. (Photo by Danielle Pennington)

A snowman has its back to the Clinton ferry. (Photo by Danielle Pennington)

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