Mt Vernon, Deception Pass, Oak Harbor...I'm guessing youre from Skagit or Island County? I really love photographing up that way and need to get out there again one of these days. So much to explore on Whidbey, and so much great wine.
But on to the photos—
I think the Mt. Vernon one turned out wonderfully and could be improved with a bit of contrast to quash some of the shadow grain and bring out the clouds. As for the others, congrats on getting an image, but they definitely look a little worse for wear with that kind of grain. The effect might be interesting on portraits or very high-contrast, close-up subjects. Where'd you find the film?
As Pentode said, I've also had mixed results with older films. i posted something about ca. 2005 or so TMX and got very reasonable results stand developing in Rodinal, with grain akin to FP4. Less luck with TMY—I'm using up the last of a bulk roll from about 2013 and that was long enough to lose quite a bit of sensitivity.