Taylor Dock, the southernmost entrance to the waterfront boardwalk, was built in the late 1800 as a working dock where fuel and supplies were offloaded for the four young communities of Fairhaven, Whatcom, Sehome, and Bellingham.
Today it’s found new life as a pedestrian walkway that’s won a pair of awards for excellence in design. Several perennial race events like the Bellingham Bay Marathon, include Taylor Dock in their courses.
It’s a Bellingham tradition to make the 20 foot jump over the railing and into the bay. And record-setting high temperatures last week meant Taylor Dock was covered with fun-loving jumpers each day.
So, we want to know: have you made the jump off Taylor Dock? Let us know on Facebook.