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Point No Point Lighthouse

Point No Point Lighthouse

According to Friends of Point No Point Lighthouse, “Point No Point Light Station is the site of the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound. It is located in Hansville, Washington, on a point of land that the local Native American tribes had given the name…

Central Washington Road Trip

Central Washington Road Trip

Pacific Northwest Road Trips: Historic Douglas General Store Pacific Northwest Road Trips Series: Central Washington Road Trip via Highway 28 – Wenatchee to Soap Lakes Central Washington is a delightful region of natural contrasts. The largest river west of the Mississippi and numerous lakes create a vivid…

Great Restaurants Highway 101

Great Restaurants Highway 101

Timberhouse Restaurant on US 101: Exceptional Ambiance, Service and Great Food. By Ron Finney After a busy day scaling the heights of Mt. Walker and hiking to some area waterfalls, we wanted to check out restaurants Quilcene Hood Canal. We had heard good things…

Weinhard Hotel in Dayton

Weinhard Hotel in Dayton

Weinhard Hotel Dayton Built in 1883 by Jacob Weinhard The Weinhard Hotel Dayton was built in 1890 by Jacob Weinhard, the nephew of Henry Weinhard of the Henry Weinhard Brewery in Portland. Jacob had come to Dayton in 1880 after completing an apprenticeship with his uncle…

The Pacific Northwest with Grant Goodeve

The Pacific Northwest with Grant Goodeve

Join us for exciting new video webisodes as we explore the Pacific Northwest with Grant Goodeve. Grant has hosted the popular TV series, Northwest Backroads for 15 years and makes discovering the many diverse regions of the Pacific Northwest fun and informative. If you…

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