Exploring Washington State Podcast


For people who love Washington

It's refreshing to have a podcast about Washington that is real and not focused on the usual tired cliches (coffee, rain, space needle, etc). Scott interviews people from every walk of life. A true tapestry of what makes this state fun and interesting.

June 2, 2023 by Alpskier88 on Apple Podcasts


All Things Washington State

Hands down, my favorite podcast! Engaging conversations with Washington State small business owners, musicians, mountain climbers, authors to Farmers Markets, coffee roasters to WCL baseball, restaurants owners, vineyards, organic growers, college professors, photographers, hydroplanes, and flying kites! The entrepreneurial spirit shines here and the conversations are personal and insightful. They’re not over produced mainstream media bites and delightfully feel unscripted. You’ll learn a lot about the guests and the what and why they do what they do. And as a bonus you’ll learn about their favorite local places and the things they enjoy doing in our beautiful state. Enjoy these inspirational interviews with the people who do small business, art, science, food, technology and all things Washington State, hosted by Scott Cowan.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Scott's natural, unscripted conversations with his guests makes this podcast so engaging. Their experiences and insights are so refreshingly real and far from cliche. Each episode gives you a chance to explore a different facet of Washington State - so fun and real!
Team Capsho

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I have been wanting to visit Washington State for such a long time. Coming from the East Coast it is difficult where to go, what to see, but this podcast has helped us decide on our upcoming trip we need to go beyond Seattle! Keep up the great work! Thank you.

This podcast Rocks!
My partner Stephen and I are taking a trip to Spokane mid October to scope out for a possible relocation next year from our childhood roots here in the Midwest Kansas City! I stumbled upon this podcast a few month back when we first started planning our trip and I AM OBSESSED! It’s been awesome to learn so much about Washington state previous to visiting. I love the way you engage with your guests with questions in a framework that really helps those wanting to visit get a look idea of what they should check out. I love hearing what everybody’s favorite food and drink places are. Keep it up! Thanks ♥️
Who knew there was so much to do in Washington!
I came across this podcast a few weeks ago being that I’m from Washington I thought I knew it all! I was so wrong! This is such a great podcast showcasing all things, people, and places you should know in Washington. The episodes cover a ton of different happenings in the state and very interesting people I never knew about doing great things in Washington. Two great hosts of the show as well! Definitely worth a listen!
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Bradley Lockhart: Bellingham Flag Designer

Bradley Lockart a designer, musician, and professor at WWU. He is the designer of the Bellingham City Flag.

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Nancy Pearl: Seattle’s Most Famous Librarian

Renowned librarian and author Nancy Pearl is our guest. The 2011 Librarian of the Year by Library Journal. And library superhero. If you are a reader you have heard of Nancy Pearl. Find out more about Nancy by listening to this episode.

Park Ranger John Tillison

Park Ranger John Tillison

Park Ranger John is our guest for this episode. John Tillison a former Washington State Park Ranger has a website that celebrates National Parks across the United States

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Washington Wines with Nancy Croisier

Show Notes Transcript Show Notes Washington Wines with Nancy Croisier Nancy Croisier is a wine writer and marketer from Washington State, turning consumers onto the exceptional wines of Washington and…

Sasquatch and Serial Killers in Washington State

Sasquatch & Serial Killers in Washington State.

Sasquatch & Serial killers in Washington State. Bob Antone returns to share stories about the origin of Sasquatch and how serial killers and Sasquatch may be connected.

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Daniel Winkler Mushroaming Through Washington State.

Daniel Winkler of Mushroaming talking foraging, mushrooms, cooking with mushrooms, music and his new book Fruits of the Forest. A fun conversation that covers a lot of ground.

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The Strawberry Lady: Amy Cross on Longer-Lasting Produce & No Food Waste.

Amy Cross a born and raised Washingtonian, known as the Strawberry Lady for her viral strawberries in a jar. She is an expert on produce, how to save money on groceries & reduce food waste.

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Bob Antone: Timberbeast Town a Life in the Snoqualmie Valley.

Bob Antone: Talking music, history, life, Bigfoot, Coffee, and more! Scott talks with Washington native Bob Antone, musician and storyteller. Bob talks about his history

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Matt Jorgensen

Matt Jorgensen joins Scott for an episode discussing topics ranging through his long career as a drummer and composer. From local high school student

Rainier Beer Movie

Unearthing the Iconic Rainier Beer Ads: A Pacific Northwest Legacy

Rainier Beer The Movie. Tacoma’s Peterson Brothers and directory Isaac Olson are working on an amazing project. Bringing the iconic Rainier Beer ads of the 70’s and 80’s to the silver screen.

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Brooks Smothers

Brooks Smothers, host of RV Out West Scott talks with Brooks Smothers, host of the RV Out West podcast which discusses RV travel in Washington

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Unveiling the Magic at White Branches: A Wonderland-inspired Experience”

Join Matthew White on a journey through a transformed space where the White Rabbit leads the way. Discover the enchanting world of White Branches, offering Villain Queens Cabaret, fairy tale productions, and dance classes. Immerse yourself in shared experiences and unforgettable moments. Indulge in a magical tea room where community and connection thrive. Explore Washington State’s hidden gem today!