The "Shack" in La Conner, Washington
The “Shack” is located just outside of La Conner, Washington, on Swinomish Tribal land. It is medium bank water front and the view faces Whidbey Island which is the longest island in the continental United States. In the distance are the Olympic Mountains.
The Shack has one bedroom, a full bath and kitchen. There is also a small living with a fireplace and dining room - and small means it all fits into 420 square feet. Next to the Shack is the Delbert where there is a double bed and fold out couch. The Delbert is named after my Dad, who was named Lloyd Delbert Picha.
Behind the Shack is a large yard to play games and there is badminton and Corn Hole. There is a propane grill and a firepit. There are many walks around the neighborhood and trails in the area to explore. The beach in our cove has a lot of crabs and oysters and it’s not uncommon to see seals and otters. Above, eagles and Heron often swoop across the water. There is easy access from the front of the house to the rocky beach.
It’s only a Shack, but it’s pretty awesome!