Noelle Onstad (foreground) and Jennifer Madsen work out on a ferry as they commute home on the Mukilteo-Clinton run. Onstad, who lives in Greenbank, and Madsen, from Langley, have been working out together for the past year. Onstad’s motivation and reason for exercising on the ferry: “I’m the mother of two boys and this is the only time I have in my day to exercise.” (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Noelle Onstad (foreground) and Jennifer Madsen work out on a ferry as they commute home on the Mukilteo-Clinton run. Onstad, who lives in Greenbank, and Madsen, from Langley, have been working out together for the past year. Onstad’s motivation and reason for exercising on the ferry: “I’m the mother of two boys and this is the only time I have in my day to exercise.” (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The joys of commuting aboard a Washington state ferry

Instead of traffic jams, you get stunning scenery, chummy conversation and wine after work.

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