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The Tri-Cities is blessed with 300 days of glorious sunshine and an average of less than eight inches of precipitation each year. Located in the southeastern heart of Washington State, the Tri-Cities landscape is vast and open, mottled with curved hillsides, dramatic cliff-fronts, endless miles of rippling rivers and sweeping vineyards and farmlands. Amongst the…

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The Tri-Cities is famous for wine, for rippling rows of golden wheat, for three rolling rivers that swiftly merge into one and for the kaleidoscope of color each time the sun sinks into the vastness, turning the twinkling daylight into a deep blue, luminous dome. Known for the deeply rooted connection to the land, the…

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Vinny

Driving into downtown Pasco, across the iconic beams of the Cable Bridge and within the colorful and dynamic streets of a bustling community, a giant rose bursts from an exterior wall, vibrant and beautiful. Birds soar from the intense and luminous glow of the rose and lift themselves gracefully across a cloudless blue sky. The…

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The Tri-Cities is known for its hot, dry sunshine, its celebrated wines, the cool, refreshing rivers that snake through the cities and for an unmatched and intense authenticity in its people and their food. Miss Tamale The realness is especially apparent walking into Miss Tamale in the Richland Parkway. The music is loud, the colors…

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