On the way north, I looked at the park at the border and made a note to stop on the way back through.
And so we did. We waited at the border check, then drove to the American side and parked in a lot adjacent to the American portion of the park, the Peace Arch Historical Park.
The waters of Semiahmoo Bay of Puget Sound glisten in the background. This is the western most border section between the USA and Canada, on the Pacific Ocean Coast.
This is the American Kitchen. There are large picnic areas on both sides of the border.
A very grand old tree.
Border marker. Although cars are stopped and checked, people can wander freely.
The floral plantings are much more elaborate in the Canadian side in the Peach Arch Provincial Park.
The Peace Arch was dedicated in 1921, celebrating the long lasting peace between these two nations.
I don't know when or if we'll cross this border again, so I'm happy that we got to see and do so much in this this short trip. But who knows, maybe we'll follow the Sounders up here again!.