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The Yakima Valley
We have lived in the Yakima Valley for over thirty years, raised our kids here, worked here, worshipped here, played here, volunteered here, and now retired here. It's a good place to live.
I plan to visit the various small towns of the valley--and even Yakima itself sometimes--to share a glimpse of what is good and what is problematical here.
Closer pelican view
Yakima Valley's Pelicans
The real (reconstructed) blockhouse at Ft. Simcoe
Traders at Ft. Simcoe
Four chiefs of the Yakama
More of the same with the same difference
Things change, things remain the same
Aftermath of the Fourth
Back to the beginning
grasses on the pathway
among what's fresh now in the valley
I am a Grandma blogger, posting some regular stuff on some regular blogs--photos and memes. Most recently I have primarily participated in a weekly header challenge, but hopefully I will get back to more regular blogging again.
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...where I keep all sorts of things including excursions outside the Valley and the host posts of Odd Shots on Mondays.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Traditional architecture and design in non-traditional materials, the Winter Lodge of the Yakama Nation Cultural Center is available for meetings and gatherings.
What an interesting synthesis of two cultures :o)
July 20, 2009 at 1:42 AM
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