Daddy Yankee Gay? Rumors
Is Daddy Yankee the Gasolina rapper seen kissing another man in a photo that
is making its rounds on the Internet? And even if so does this mean Daddy Yankee
is necessarily Gay? Daddy Yankee's publicist denies all claims in spite of
several Spanish-language stories surfacing on the internet with the story
growing and feeding on itself. Is this just another example of rumor and
innuendo spreading like wildfire across the Internet via Facebook and twitter?
One quote in particular attributed to Daddy Yankee requesting respect for his
privacy has been picked up time and again in stories is "I am a human being like
any other, with virtues and defects, and I don't believe that this is a defect".
In this age of computer graphics and photo-shopped images seeing
isn't always believing. You may recall similar gay rumors being waged
back in 2000 against Latino Superstar Ricky Martin. When fans began
noticing Martin was rarely seen with hot women even though he could
have his pick from any crowd, suspicions were raised.
Its likely we will see Daddy Yankee out with a slew of bunnies and
vixens in bikinis or less as he tries to reassure his fans of his
sexuality and in the end perhaps all that will become of this whole
gay rumor episode is more record sales on itunes.
In the end, what does it matter? All his female fans will likely
continue to support him either way and enjoy his music. And even if
Daddy Yankee were to pull a "Ricky Martin" and turn out to be Gay it
isn't as if his female fans ever had a chance with him anyway. As
Elton John once said in a song, threes nothing to do but sweat it out.
Pay & Park
In Birch Bay State Park
Fortunately, the most beautiful stretches of Birch Bay's waterfront property
are preserved by being part of the Birch Bay State Park and will never be
can walk along the beach enjoying the ocean air, watch bald eagles soaring
overhead and enjoy fabulous views of Puget sound and Vancouver
There are convenient pay stations
with drop boxes positioned in each parking and picnic area. Day use fee is $10
must be written in U.S. Funds.
Dump Station usage is
included with your camping fee
Saving of campsites for
others is prohibited
Campers do not need to pay to use day
Check-out time 1:00 pm
Dogs must be on a lease
at all times and must not annoy other park guests at any time.
All campers must register within 1/2 hour upon arrival
Extra vehicles must also be registered and paid for
Bay & Birch Bay Village
Traveling north through the Birch Bay State Park you then enter the small
village of Birch bay itself where you will find seaside restaurants, shops, and small
B&B's. Near the middle of town there is a small liquor store in the
same complex as the Shores Restaurant and further down the waterfront and one
block east on Birch Bay Lynden Rd. is the popular waterslide park.
Continuing to the north side of the bay is the gated marina and
golf course community of Birch Bay village offering waterfront
cottages and residences.
Directions To Birch Bay
Birch Bay Washington is 20 miles north of Bellingham and
approximately 101 miles north of Seattle via Interstate 5
traveling through the Peach Arch Border crossing, Birch Bay is
about 42 miles south of Vancouver British Columbia via the
Douglas Border Crossing, 7 miles south of Blaine. Once on I-5
follow the signs to Birch Bay/Lynden road and travel west.
Birch Bay Washington is also famous for its annual Polar Bear
Plunge event where crowds of people go into the freezing cold
water of Birch Bay to welcome in the new year and freeze your
tail off. The Polar Bear Plunge tends to make national news
each year and is probably best enjoyed as a spectator.
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Birch Bay Attractions
|Miniature World Family
Ride a mini-train through a 10 acre mini-forest,
Ride go-carts, or Try a round of mini-golf - Open Seasionally
|Shores Restaurant & Bar
Fish n chips / Prime Rib
Open Breakfast /Lunch
|The Market Is Birch
Bay's newest and largest grocery store located in the newly
refurbished Birch Bay Square center.
||Birch Bay State Park is an excellent play
to camp in both powered and non powered campsites
Birch Bay Lynden Road
Blaine, Wa 98230
|Shores Restaurant and
7848 Birch Bay Drive
Blaine, Wa 98230-9656
|The Market At Birch Bay
8135 Birch Bay Square St
Blaine, Wa 98230
|Birch Bay State Park
5105 Helweg Road
Blaine, Wa 98230
147 Standard Campsites
20 Water &