La Conner

Kai-
Summer feels like a distant memory during these colder months. So lets look back on one of our adventures during the summer. The time Zack and I ended up in La Conner. For those who don’t know La Conner is a small town in Washington State. Its a very artsy, water-front town with multiple museums and art stores of every kind. Even if you aren’t shopping its a beautiful town to walk through and explore or just stand and watch the waves roll in.

a selfie in front of the waterfront

It took us about two hours to walk the town. We went into most of the shops and my personal favorites were the Earthen Works Gallery, La Conner Artists’ Gallery, and Nasty Jacks Antiques. There were a lot of other stores throughout the town and some absolutely amazing restaurants. The town has a variety of restaurants and shops to fit any taste. While I may not be a fan of lavender there is an amazing shop that sells lavender … well, everything.

This is a picture from their website

Nasty Jacks Antiques had a large selection of records, furniture, and books as well as anything else you can think of. They even had two zoltar machines. When we went only one was working. The actual Zoltar machine out front would speak but wouldn’t give fortunes but the Old Pirate inside would. Zack found a book that he loved and we had a blast exploring both floors of this store.

One of my favorite parts of our visit was seeing all of the public art as well as all the beautiful flowers. We saw so many beautiful statues and interesting pieces throughout the town. One of my absolute favorites was a steam punk crab holding a violin. Some of the others I enjoyed were Silent Words, Salmon Survival, and Rosary Bead.

I would highly recommend a visit to La Conner if you ever get the chance. I’ll leave a link to the walking tour of the statues and a link to the statue page on La Conner’s website so you can get an idea of what’ll you see if you decide to head up.

Walking tour:
https://lovelaconner.com/wp-content/uploads/Sculpture-Walking-Tour-Map.pdf
Statue photo Gallery:
https://www.townoflaconner.org/gallery.aspx?AID=2