Originally Posted by maurerl
...So we endured hours of the navy's "top guns" overflying the campground at about 400 meters on full afterburners, continuously for hours, before bailing out.
Deception Pass is a beautiful spot, as we've found in several more trips through the area over the intervening years -- but we've never camped there again!
I thoroughly understand. I feel the same way about trains and the blowing of horns. One of the reasons I've resisted camping along the Oregon side of the Columbia River. Trains go through between midnight at 6am. Toot-toot! I'll probably camp there in the future and hope my memories are more vivid than reality.