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When people not from the area think of the Palouse, oftentimes two things come to mind: Washington State Cougar football and golden wheat fields. And while it’s true, we do have both of those wonderful things, the Palouse is something of a hidden gem in Washington with one of the most unique landscapes in the…

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If you haven’t made a day trip to Pullman, Washington, now’s the time to add it to your list. The Palouse grasslands are well known for their sweeping wheat fields and soft yet profound rolling hills. Photographers and travelers alike come from all over the nation for a chance to experience the beauty of the…

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Palouse Falls, Explore Washington State

Seriously. The obsession that Washington residents, and visitors alike have for the Palouse Falls is ridiculous. But you know what? We get it, we do. It pretty much sums up why Washington state is #thebeststate and why you need to visit here.   If you’ve never been to the Palouse Falls, or even heard of…

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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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Although Washington State University may be rated as one of the top 100 party schools in the country, this University has a rich history. How it Came to Be In 1890, the Washington legislature voted to establish a state agricultural college and school of science. The process of finding a location began and was tied…

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