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As one of the freshest produce items around, Northwest sweet cherries never land in consumers’ hands more than a few days after coming off the tree. (Cherries are generally harvested, packed and placed on the shelf within two days.)
This inclusive program leaves no one behind written by Sheila G. Miller For many, living in the Pacific Northwest means nights in tents, days on trails and everywhere in between—from rivers to oceans to mountains to deserts. Thanks to the Outdoors for All Foundation, kids and adults with disabilities living in Washington can experience the great outdoors just like everyone else. Outdoors for All was founded in 1978 as Ski for All Foundation with fifteen kids with disabilities taking ski lessons at The Summit at Snoqualmie. Today, more than 2,400 people with disabilities are able to get outdoors through the…
We’re not on an ordinary camping trip and we’re not in an ordinary place. This is Sasquatch Country, and Skahan has had many Sasquatch-related experiences— also known throughout the Pacific Northwest as Bigfoot.