Arriving at Orcas Island via the Washington State Ferry. © Bob Friel
West coast Orcas Island, near Deer Harbor, during sunset. © Bob Friel
Deer Harbor Community Center on Orcas Island was formerly a one-room school house. © Bob Friel
Spring lamb on Orcas Island, WA © Bob Friel
Harbor seal pup on Orcas Island beach. Pup was abandoned by its mom, but collected and rehabbed by Marine Mammal Stranding volunteers, Seadoc Society, and Wolf Hollow. © Bob Friel
View from Moran State Park, Orcas Island, looking northeast to Mt Baker on the Washington mainland. © Bob Friel
Scene from Moran State Park on Orcas Island, WA. © Bob Friel
Scene from the popular Orcas summer fly-in at Orcas Island Airport. © Bob Friel
View looking down East Sound from Madrona Point on Orcas Island. Madrona Point is an ancient Lummi Indian burial ground. © Bob Friel
View from Turtleback Mountain, Orcas Island. © Bob Friel
Looking northeast, toward the town of Eastsound, Orcas Island, from Turtleback Mountain near Colton Harris-Moore's campsite. © Bob Friel
Mist on Turtleback Mountain near Colton Harris-Moore's campsite. © Bob Friel
Misty day on Turtleback Mountain near Colton Harris-Moore's campsite. © Bob Friel
Mist on the steep side of Turtleback Mountain, Orcas Island, near Colton Harris-Moore's campsite. © Bob Friel
A rustic shelter built at a lookout spot on Turtleback Mountain, near Colton Harris-Moore's campsite. © Bob Friel
Sunset from the west side of Orcas Island near Deer Harbor. © Bob Friel
Sunset over the Canadian Gulf Islands as seen from the west side of Orcas Island. © Bob Friel

Orcas Island

Scenes from Orcas Island, Washington, site of many of the events during Colton Harris-Moore’s time on the lam after escaping prison. Harris-Moore spent months at a time on Orcas, living in homes, camping on Turtleback Mountain and at Madrona Point (an ancient Lummi Indian burial ground), and squirreling himself away inside private airplane hangars.

The photos include some beauty shots of the island along with places in the book, such as Turtleback Mountain, Madrona Point, and Deer Harbor, which Colt says was his favorite part of the island.

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