Centennial art glass window over the main entry of the Old Capitol Building.
The State of Washington is an astonishing place. Consider this: it's the home to the world's wealthiest man (Bill Gates), largest building (Boeing), biggest coffee chain (Starbucks), first revolving restaurant (Seattle), the oldest operating gas station in the United States (Zillah), and the birthplace of both Jimi Hendrix (Seattle) and Bing Crosby (Tacoma). Not too shabby for the third smallest state west of the Mississippi.
Spokane — Hub of the Inland Empire (07/05)
Bellingham — City of Subdued Excitement (06/05)
Fidalgo Island — The "Drive In Island" (06/05)
Olympia — End of the Oregon Trail
Tacoma — A City of Hidden Beauty (07/04)
Gig Harbor (07/04)
Roslyn ... or is it Cicely, Alaska? (09/04)
Ellensburg — Foothills of the American Alps (09/04)
Yakima — The Palm Springs of Washington? (09/04)
Walla Walla — Main Street U.S.A. (09/04)
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