Spokane should be at the top of the list when considering where to live in the Pacific Northwest. This vibrant city—the 2nd largest in Washington—remains largely underrated. Spokane’s residents have access to all the elements of a classic Pacific Northwest lifestyle without the price tags of Seattle and Portland. For outdoor adventures, a taste of eastern Washington’s booming wine scene and a low cost of living, Spokane is the ideal place to find a home. Access to the Outdoors
When it comes to the outdoors, Spokane’s motto describes their attitude succinctly: “Near nature, near perfect.” Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or just want to take the family out for a stroll, you’ll have your pick of hiking trails, parks and gardens. The Centennial Trail, a paved trail that runs along the river for 37-miles from just west of downtown Spokane in Kendall Yards all the way to the lake in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Bikers might opt to head to Fish Lake Trail instea…
Last night I went to a preview of the new Anthropologie that opens today. Oh Spokane, you're getting pretty cool. Fun merchandise and inspiring displays.
The new store next door, &Kloth opens today as well. This is a sister store to Fringe, a local boutique that started on the South Hill and now has a second store in Wandermere. Both of these stores are located in downtown Spokane on W Main across from Nordstrom. Ohh Nordy's you have some trendy competition. (&Kloth photo credit: Snagged from the &Kloth facebook page)
Found at Trader Joe's in Spokane, WA. An ensemble of seafood (cod, scallops, mussels & shrimp) in a hearty tomato sauce. This cioppino seafood stew is a delicious way to stay warm as Summer fades into Fall. I suggest adding crispy crust Bouzie's Bread available fresh daily to-go at Luna Restaurant on the 57th.