Archive For The “On The Way” Category

Shopping with a Purpose: A thrift store tour of Spokane

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Shopping with a Purpose: A thrift store tour of Spokane

  by Phoebe Droz   Buying fair trade clothes is expensive and unrealistic to do in many cities, however, an alternative to fair trade is shopping at thrift stores. There is a growing population of “thrift store tourists,” tourists not looking for regular retail shopping, comments NBC San Diego’s Consumer Bob. Spokane has some good thrift stores to share…

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One perfect day

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One perfect day

By Whitney Carter The best thing about having a perfect day is that the idea of a perfect day is different for everyone. Everyone’s opinion and values are different. Spokane’s South Hill neighborhood offers customizable activities, interests and items. There are plenty of things to do and the neighborhood stays interesting all year round.  …

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When the adventure is in the journey…

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When the adventure is in the journey…

By Whitney Carter Getting to Palouse Falls was quite an adventure. I had planned out the whole day: I got snacks, filled up my car with gas the night before, bundled up, packed extra gloves and socks and got ready to grab my adventure buddy at 12:30.  What I did not count on was the…

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A Morning and Lunch Spokane Experience

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A Morning and Lunch Spokane Experience

by Mike Christie Warmth broke itself through the depths of January’s melancholy as the smell of plants alive entered my nasal passages for the first time in months. Paths of cement covered with the styrofoam textured slush outside were nowhere to be seen along the clear paths of greenery lined with alien-like plants from the…

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See the real Twin Peaks before 2017 premiere

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See the real Twin Peaks before 2017 premiere

By: Andrew Beck Murder mystery lovers beware: the iconic 1990s “Twin Peaks” is returning after 25 years off the air. The show, directed by David Lynch, was almost entirely filmed in Snoqualmie Valley, WA. Since the show ended, Snoqualmie and North Bend have grown significantly in population, but retained the small town feel the “Twin…

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ExplOregon: the Ridgeline Trail System

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ExplOregon: the Ridgeline Trail System

By – Karlin Andersen   Shadows cast down from towering Douglas-firs give quick bursts of relief from the warm sun or protection from a landmine of mud puddles depending on the season. Cool air radiates from the wet soil under the canopy of firs as young families with scampering children or seasoned hikers with high…

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