Come learn from Woody Moses as he shares about Orcas Island. Woody says, "As the largest island of the San Juan archipelago, Orcas Island is a sea kayaker’s dream. Orcas provides a paddler with miles of dynamic coastline, magical wildlife and a beguiling combination of both adventurous and protected waterways. I’ve been exploring Orcas Island for over twenty years, and I’m always excited to return. From the alluring Wasp Islands to protected waters of East Sound to the wild outer islands of Sucia, Matia and Patos, Orcas Island is the crown of the San Juans."
About Woody Moses: Born in Oregon, raised in Rhode Island, Woody has always lived near the coast. Since 2003, he has lived in Seattle where he works as a Biology and Environmental Science instructor at Highline College. He spends his free time exploring the wonders of the Salish Sea and the majesty of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains. He’s also been known to pick up a guitar or a hammer from time to time. Thankfully, the guitar isn’t broken and the hammer doesn’t sound too bad.
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