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tulips

Springtime in Washington means an abundance of blooms. Daffodils and crocus flowers begin to bloom, along with the hundreds of fruits and vegetables that begin to emerge from the ground after a chilly winter. But there’s one floral staple that begins to bloom in mid-March, catching the attention of thousands of Washington residents and travelers…

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sagebrush

NOTE: This event has been canceled for 2020. The Columbia National Wildlife Refuge begins in the small eastern Washington farming community of Othello. From the bustling Main Street, the refuge stretches northwest for uninterrupted miles upon miles of channeled scablands, rocky slopes, basalt landscapes and ancient, dried out creek beds. The Drumheller Channels The Drumheller…

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The Grant County Fair & the Moses Lake Roundup August 18, 2018 Written by: Leanna Cushman – @leannacushman   If the only thing you know about Grant County is the Gorge Amphitheater, you may not know about the Grand Coulee laser light show, the healing waters of Soap Lake, or the jam packed fun of the…

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Cooking Salmon at Salmon Bake 2018 Browns Point Washington

Tucked back in a corner of NE Tacoma, the community of Browns Point doesn’t usually draw much outside attention. But this quiet and friendly community opened its arms to hundreds of visitors on August 4-5, 2018 when they hosted the traditional Browns Point Salmon Bake, now running consecutively for 72 years! Not Just About Fish……

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Skyline View of Seattle Sunriise

August is here, which means summer is on its last leg, so it’s time to live it up while we still can. A lot of our favorite annual events (Seafair, Wooden O, Magnolia Summer Fest, the Children’s Business Fair, the Seattle Tattoo Exposition, Capitol Hill Garage Sale Day and Bumbershoot) have been canceled this year…

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Ellensburg Rodeo

With the world-famous Ellensburg Rodeo coming up in a couple of months, (August 31st– September 3rd) we thought it was important that visitors get a bit of background on this special event.   How It Began Rodeo as a sport is relatively young. Dating back to the last quarter of the 19th century, most of the…

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Earth Day in Washington

We found 4 events in various parts of the state that lead up to Earth Day on April 22nd. But first, a quick refresher… History of Earth Day April 22nd, 1970 marked the beginning of Earth Day. A day to reflect on our own environmental impact and to take action where it’s needed. Gaylord Nelson,…

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