The Community Boating Center in Fairhaven hosts “farewell flotillas” at which kayakers, paddle boarders and people in other watercraft say goodbye when an Alaska ferry departs Bellingham Ferry Terminal. The center was one of several local amenities cited in the May 2015 issue of Better Homes and Gardens, which described Bellingham as an up-and-coming “hot spot” community.
The Community Boating Center in Fairhaven hosts “farewell flotillas” at which kayakers, paddle boarders and people in other watercraft say goodbye when an Alaska ferry departs Bellingham Ferry Terminal. The center was one of several local amenities cited in the May 2015 issue of Better Homes and Gardens, which described Bellingham as an up-and-coming “hot spot” community. PAUL CONRAD FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
The Community Boating Center in Fairhaven hosts “farewell flotillas” at which kayakers, paddle boarders and people in other watercraft say goodbye when an Alaska ferry departs Bellingham Ferry Terminal. The center was one of several local amenities cited in the May 2015 issue of Better Homes and Gardens, which described Bellingham as an up-and-coming “hot spot” community. PAUL CONRAD FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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