10 Best Places to Live in Washington
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10 Best Places to Live in Washington.
The state of Washington is just about everything the photos and movies make it out to be, only better. From deep lush greenery, to stunning mountains, to rain hipster neighborhoods, Washington has the best of all things nature based as well as metropolitan inspired. Seattle is the obvious tourist hub with its iconic Space Needle and birthplace of Starbucks Coffee, however there are dozens of Pacific Northwest gems surrounding landmarks such as Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, the Grand Coulee Dam, the Hoh Rainforest, and more. Enjoy everything its geography offers, and experience a world of culture in these 10 best places to live in Washington.
3: Bainbridge Island
10: Mercer Island
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Top 10 WORST small towns in Washington. Most of them are in eastern Washington.
Top 10 WORST small towns in Washington. Most of them are in eastern Washington. This list focused on the eastern section of Washington state. That is where most the small towns are. Most people don't know that the eastern portion of Washington is mostly grassland and farming. Not many trees.
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Best Places to Visit in Washington State
Best Places to Visit in Washington State
The Evergreen State, rounding out the northwest corner of the contiguous U.S., offers incredible opportunities in business, art, and the outdoors. For those who are just visiting, Washington State can be overwhelming to tackle. A good place to start is with the state’s top attractions, offering views, natural and man-made guaranteed to impress.
From famous sights in Seattle to undiscovered islands, bays and parks, Washington State is home to many beautiful places to visit. Plan a weekend trip to Spokane, Vancouver, Leavenworth, Ellensburg, Walla Walla and other unique towns surrounded by vineyards and stunning scenery. Here are the best places to visit in Washington State.
#1.Olympic National Park
#3.Mount Rainier National Park
#4.Mount Baker Highway
#5.The Coulee Corridor National Scenic Byway
#6. North Cascades Scenic Highway
#7.Mount St. Helens National Monument
#10.Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
My Favorite Places: Grand Coulee Dam
Ralph Munro takes us to the Grand Coulee Dam to discuss it's significance to Washington State.
Top 10 North America Scenic Drives - Washington State
One of the Top 10 North America Scenic Drives is in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. I-20 snakes it's way through the Cascade National Park to an elevation where even in the July heatwave, there are snow patches by the road. If travelling by motor-home or motorcycle, take note that the road surface is excellent.
Just when you think the scenery of rugged peaks, wildflowers and green alpine slopes can't be topped, the road brings you to Diablo Lake. Fed by glaciers the water takes on a blue color that just doesn't seem real. Memorable and truly one of the Top 10 North America Scenic Drives.
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Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park - Washington State Travel - YouTube
Dry Falls is one of the great geological wonders of North America. Carved by Ice Age floods that long ago disappeared, the former waterfall is now a stark cliff, 400 feet high and 3.5 miles wide. In its heyday, the waterfall was four times the size of Niagara Falls. Today it overlooks a desert oasis filled with lakes and abundant wildlife.
Check this out for a side of Washington State that is so different that it seems out of place, but once again it is spectacular...Sun Lakes State Park and Dry Falls, which is located near Coulee City, Washington.
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Washington State Scenery and Parks
This video is about my trip to Washington State with stops at Olympic National Park, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier.
Soap lake,Dry falls,Coulee dam ( Washington state )
Dry Falls in Washington State, World's greatest waterfall - just without the water
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Dry Falls, WA
Most People Don’t Know The Fascinating Story Behind Washington’s Dry Waterfall. If you live in Washington, you may have heard of Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park in Coulee City. You may have even heard that Dry Falls used to be, well, not dry. But the story behind this beautiful area is actually pretty fascinating.
Between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago, glaciers moved south through North America during the end of our last Ice Age. An ice sheet dammed the Clark Fork River near Sandpoint, Idaho, causing a big portion of Western Montana to flood. Around the same time, Glacial Lake Columbia was formed on the Columbia River, which was dammed with ice. The flood swept past Western Montana, Northern Idaho and much of Eastern Washington, carving the coulees and Channeled Scablands from the basalt. The flow of that flood water was estimated to be 10 times the flow of all rivers in the world combined. The sudden flooding put parts of these states under hundreds of feet of water in only a few days. This extraordinary flooding is what greatly enlarged the Grand Coulee and Dry Falls in a short period of time. Palouse Falls was also formed by these floods. Visiting Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park allows you to get an up close and personal view of the power of Mother Nature. The park is located on State Highway 17 just south of Highway 2 in the middle of the state. You can make a day trip to Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park happen no matter what part of Washington you call home. That being said, it would probably be a long day, so you’re free to spend the night a few miles from the park at the Sun Lakes Campground.
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On our way to Grand Coulee Dam we stopped in this beautiful small town.
What a little piece of heaven.