March is roaring again

The old saying claims that “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” But in reality, some of our windiest days around here fall somewhere between late March and early April. That’s certainly true this year — the past couple of days the winds have been gusting wildly — and it was also true last spring, when […]

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The Adventure Continues… California Flowers

Spring flowers are popping out everywhere as the weather continues to warm up, so this week I thought I’d share an episode of California’s Gold in which Huell visits some incredibly beautiful and colorful spring flower blooms. Enjoy! One of Huell’s favorite things is when California blooms anew, bringing forth a striking display of flowers. Huell visits three places across the […]

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Memory Monday, Week 19

After moving with his small family from a farm in Iowa to Washington State in the late 1920s, my grandpa began working for the railroad. The railroad had been pretty good to Leavenworth, at least for awhile. The Great Northern Railroad (now called Burlington Northern) ran its first line through Leavenworth in 1892, complete with division headquarters and a switching […]

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