Above Puget Sound lie the San Juan Islands. Recently I spent some time on San Juan Island around the town of Friday Harbor.
San Juan Island National Historical Park, also known as American and English Camps, San Juan Island, is a U.S. National Historical Park owned and operated by the National Park Service on San Juan Island in the state of Washington. The park is made up of the sites of the British and U.S. Army camps during the Pig War, a boundary dispute over the ownership of the island. Both of these camps were set up in 1859 as response to a border controversy triggered by the killing of a pig.
At the southern end of the island is American Camp. It offers hiking trails, picnic areas and is a great place for whale watching. It seems it is also a popular habitat of the red fox. While I was there I learned that not all red fox are in fact red. I spied this one in a field full of rabbits. Apparently the fox would rather hunt smaller critters.