Fall Foliage and History of Roche Harbor, San Juan Island

On our drive around San Juan Island, we made some time to check out the northern area including "Roche Harbor". This area originally was occupied by the English, hence why it was known as the "English Camp". The southeastern point of the island was occupied by the Americans and known as (you guessed it) the "American Camp". While we were driving around we couldn't help but admire the beautiful red leaves and fall foliage. Check out my coming videos for more of the gems in Roche Harbor and San Juan Island!

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Noah Boudrie (Wanderlust Wellman) | Travel Enthusiast formerly living in Colorado, Chicago, and currently in Michigan. I travel around the country and share my favorite adventures, foods, hikes, and other gems that YOU TOO can take advantage of!

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