Doing a bit of pre field excursion research I noted a shipwreck along the shore of Drayton Harbor in northwest Washington.
The map was from 1972. An earlier 1950s map did not show the wreck. The wreck was not part of my purpose and I forgot about until we came across its remains.
It was remarkable sunny clear late winter day. Frost in the morning then sun warming things to about 50. Drayton Harbor is a shallow bay abutting the City of Blaine near the Canadian border. Cleanup efforts that have been really slow and challenging have slowly returned the bay to healthy enough conditions for growing oysters.
The BC Coast Range is the predominant Mountain view.
But the view of Mount Baker is equally nice on a clear day.