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We've found another amazing local artist who has created a video that leaves one feeling slightly nostalgic and hopeful. Stay tuned for the end of the video to hear a bit from him.

You can find him on Facebook her -> Fuzzybluejay or on instagram with the handle Fuzzybluejay
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Hey guys 👋🏻 It’s me! MacKenzie Passegger. The face behind the Instagram account, but I also write articles on the blog that you’re hopefully enjoying. I’m a Washington State native who has found herself in Austria after bouncing around in Europe. When my toddler isn’t keeping me on my toes, I enjoy cooking, craft beer & traveling back home. Being away from Washington allows me to have a different perspective & has deepened my love for the Evergreen State.



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Esther Bricques Winery in Omak

Settled above the Okanogan Valley, Esther Bricques Vineyard and Winery is owned by Linda and Steve Colvin. Developed and curated by hand, they planted their first vines even before they were married. “Steve and Linda believe in sustainable agricultural and wine production practices in clean, fresh, fruity wines unfettered by rounds of manipulation.”   This …

The Grant County Sand Dunes and ORV Park

Four miles outside of Moses Lake, you can find The Grant County Sand Dunes and ORV Park. Here you can ride on the sand dunes which are open year round. Or visitors can enjoy the mud flats – an additional 3,000 acres of sand, mud and trails. These are only open from the first of …

Longviews Crown Jewel

Dubbed “the city’s crown jewel,” Lake Sacajawea and Japanese Gardens is essentially a one stop park for outdoor activities. Visitors can run, walk, jog, or even bike on the 3.5 miles of trails. The lake is also open for kayaking, fishing and canoeing. If you love the outdoors, there’s something here for everyone. When visiting, …

Sporty in White Salmon

Located in southern Washington, White Salmon is a special place for sports enthusiasts. Named by the Lewis & Clark Expedition for the salmon they found in the White Salmon River, the name is the first hint at recreational activities. (Fishing… it’s fishing.) Your Options When in the city, make sure to book a rafting trip …

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