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palouse falls by Garrett Hanson

It was nearly a decade ago when social media became more of a regular part of my life. I had used social media for a few years at that point, limited maybe to one or two platforms. Once I was in college meeting TONS of new people, I found myself downloading every app I could…

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downtown building

Ellensburg, Washington, is just a two-hour drive from Seattle and is one of the hidden gems of the Pacific Northwest. Located east of the Cascade Mountain Range off Interstate 90, Ellensburg offers outdoor recreation like biking, fishing on the Yakima River, hiking and more. The charming city is home to around 20,000 people, and is…

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brewery

Situated between the North Cascades and the Salish Sea, Bellingham is best known for its natural scenery, outdoor recreation and world-class beer scene. And you don’t even have to leave downtown to experience some of the city’s best attractions. From there you can easily explore the unique experiences and flavors of this college town of…

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Voted as one of the ‘Most Dynamic Micropolitan Areas’ in the nation by the Walton Family Foundation is none other than Ellensburg, Washington. Not only does Ellensburg possess a charming and historic downtown, it is also the home of the most diverse university in Washington state, Central Washington University (CWU). History of CWU The doors…

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Looking for a day trip filled with arts and culture? Join Zac Blaylock as he takes us on a trip to Port Angeles.  I grew up on the Olympic Peninsula after my mom moved back from Bellingham when I was just 3 years old. Aside from a couple years in Bellevue in my twenties and…

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Museum of Un-Natural History, Walla Walla Washington

*Note: there are some images that might not be suitable for children in this article, please use discretion.  If you’re in the Walla Walla area, chances are you’ve heard of Gerald Matthew’s Museum of Un-Natural History. And if you haven’t, well, you’re in for a treat.    Who is Gerald “Gerry” Matthews you ask? He is…

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Camano Islnd

Sprawling farmland, beautiful homes and scenic views of Skagit Bay and Penn Cove, Camano Island is a world away from the Seattle-suburban life, and it was only a two-hour drive. It was island life without the tourist traps, and we were hooked! The island itself has over 30 cabins, Air BnB’s, great restaurants, a zip…

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Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center

Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center Federal Way residents are excited to welcome the addition of the Federal Way Performing Arts & Event Center to the newly remodeled downtown district as of August 19th, 2017. From Seattle to Tacoma, those who are interested in the arts eagerly anticipate the growth of the Center into…

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