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Worlds Longest Beach Sign Long Beach Wa , Explore Washington State

Hola, my name is Camille. Viewpoints are my ultimate weakness, oddities are my thing, street art/murals give me life and I am firm believer that nature is truly one of the best medicines when it comes to curing a stressed soul. I was raised in the beautiful state of Washington, lucky, I know! Being born on…

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The Brothers Greenhouses Hobbit House

You may have heard of The Brothers Greenhouses before. They have been featured on King 5 Evening, Kitsap Sun, Atlas Obsura, Insider Travel and another handful and a half journalistic outlets. But what is it about this seemingly ordinary retail garden center that attracts thousands of patrons from all over the country per year? Can…

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Hisey Dinosaur Park, Granger Washington

In the Yakima Valley dinophiles can find an outdoor paradise filled with various dinosaur statues. Built back in the early ’90s, this dino-park went from a single sculpture to around thirty, thanks to the residents of Granger. Originally built as a way to “revitalize” the Main Street and downtown area, the Hisey Dinosaur Park has…

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The Junk Castle

Pullman is known as the home of the WSU Cougars, the lentil capital of the world and also, the location of the Junk Castle. Located along Interstate 195, the Junk Castle has been attracting visitors for over 30 years. It’s constructed entirely from recycled, salvaged and scrapped materials, and is worth driving by while you’re…

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Fairfax Ghost Town Bridge - Carbonado WA

A 97-year-old bridge? 250ft tall? On the way to Rainier National Park? Sounded like something we should check out. Where is the Fairfax Bridge? The Fairfax Bridge sits just south of Carbonado, WA (about 50 miles south of Seattle) in Pierce County. It’s on Highway 165 as you follow the Carbon river heading towards the…

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Olympic Game Farm

Open for over 40 years, the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim is the perfect weekend trip for the whole family. Originally designed to be a holding facility for the animal actors in Disney films, this private wildlife organization is still rich with beautiful wildlife.   With 84-acres to explore by car (via their driving tour) you…

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Spokane River

Installed in 1974, this goat statue does indeed eat your garbage, making it a useful and quirky attraction. Originally introduced to Spokane as an art installment for the World’s Fair whose theme was “ecology”, this metal goat can be found in Riverside Park. How does it work you ask? Well inside of the statue is…

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