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Welcome , folks!
My name is Gordon, and it’s my pleasure to be your guide on this journey. Why me? Well, I’m the official unofficial spokesman of Klickitat County who knows this area like the back of my – well, foot. Yes, my feet are really big, but I still prefer my own name over what people around here call me. There are more Bigfoot sightings in Klickitat County than anywhere else in the U.S.—I know this statistic well because I just made it up, but it probably is true. This county is one of the most beautiful, not just in this country, but the world. My snowy kin from as far away as the Himalayas have told me so. Growing up here, I can tell you this whole county is one long, fantastic adventure with no shortage of outdoor activities in
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splendorous surroundings. Go camping in the forest, visit the Trout Lake Ice Caves, pick huckleberries, go hiking, or sample our many wineries (please bring some wine back for me; they won’t let me in). Prefer water? We’ve got fabulous fishing, thrilling white water rafting, kayaking - we’re known as one of the wind surfing capitals of the world. And if you like events, there are fairs and rodeos galore in warm weather from one end of the county to the other. I can’t go to the rodeos, though; I spook the horses some of the riders, too. If all that weren’t enough, we’re also home to the world-renowned Maryhill Museum (they’ve got original Rodin sculpture there, among other things—and you thought I had no culture). There’s also the award-winning Maryhill Winery with its weekend music on the ter-
race. We’ve got so many other wonderful wineries, we had to devote a whole directory to them! There’s also the astronomically exceptional (and famous) Goldendale Observatory where you can observe the cosmic gallery from one of the really powerful telescopes. And we’ve got our very own fullscale Stonehenge, so true to life scholars come here to see what the original was like. I can’t do justice to all we have to offer with these few introductory words, so, instead, please join me on a phenomenal Journey through Klickitat County, full of photographic wonders in the following pages. Stuff this guide in your pocket. It’s meant to be field-ready, not just another pretty magazine. Enjoy! Gordon Wilkins (aka BigFoot ) Klickitat County Resident
Gordon is a great spokesman, but we’d like to take a moment to
extend our personal thanks to you, our readers, for picking up this visitors’ guide—and as well to all the amazing people who make all the wonderful events in Klickitat County work so well for so many. Places are special, of course, but people are even more special, and this county is ﬁlled with fantastic folks who know how to make visitors feel right at home. We also value your feedback. Over the last several years, you’ve indicated Journey really works for you. It’s the most popular and most widely distributed locally produced publication here, and we’re very gratiﬁed it’s so popular. We welcome you to let us know what you really like within these pages and what we can do to make this publication even more useful to you in the future. In the meantime, have a great trip! Leslie Geatches Owner
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We’re starting our adventure at the western edge of Klickitat County in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, near Trout Lake. It encompasses 1,368,300 acres including Mt. Adams’ wonderful wilderness. There’s something for everyone here - breakfast over the fire*, Ice Caves, Natural Bridges, and the Upper/Middle/ Lower Lewis River Falls. Get directions to all these from the Trout Lake Ranger (509-395-3400). You’ll be delighted to find magnificent Mt. Adams watching over most of our journey through the county. Second only to Mt. Shasta, it’s the largest (not tallest) mountain in mass and area on the entire west coast of the U.S. So because we’re so close to it here, it looms in splendor. Visit fs.usda.gov/giffordpinchot
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Goldendale’s Day in the Sun - Not! Lou _____ Marzeles Editor On June 8, 1918, The Goldendale Sentinel—then already 40 years old—published a story that would go on to tease the imagination of many for years to come. It originated the fabled tale—sadly, not at all true—that Albert Einstein himself came to Goldendale to participate in an experiment designed to prove his Theory of Relativity, published just three years earlier. The fact is that an experiment such as this was indeed planned for Goldendale for this very purpose. But Einstein never set foot in this golden dale where the 1918 total solar eclipse took place, along the path of the eclipse that stretched from sea to sea that year. In fact, Goldendale was on the path of two total solar eclipses in the 20th century and in the 98 percent path of a third solar eclipse in 2017. Here is what The Sentinel published in 1918, just over a century ago: “The eyes of the entire world were focused on the little town of Goldendale. This occurred on June 8, 1918, while the big guns in the great World War were creating their most deadly holocaust. It was when a 70-mile path of totality in an eclipse of the sun extended across the United States from Seattle to Tampa. Goldendale
THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL EDITION JUNE 8, 1918 happened to be situated almost in the center and was chosen by Dr. William Wallace Campbell as a location for the Lick Observatory field station – University of California. “When Dr. Campbell announced time of first contact,
a Goldendale reporter named Robert Ballou mounted the rear saddle seat of a big motorcycle owned and driven by Ted Gillenwaters. At the railroad
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The spectacular geography of Gifford is largely influenced by Mt. Adams. During its volcanic heyday, lava ran freely from this monumental mount. As it dried, lava tubes were form ed. Some collapsed to create amazing ice caves. Others form ed arched, natural bridges whole families can wal k over. Visiting these, we’ll experience both ends of the temperature spectrum, so dress in layers! On our ice capade, we’ll need sturdy well -treaded shoes because the cave’s floor is mighty slick! And be sure everyone has their own flashligh t, ‘cause it’s dark!. Heck, just read the caut ion sign below! Trails run across the top of both the cave s and the bridges. The Trout Lake Ranger Station on 141 (509-395-3400) can direct you to both. Just be sure to watch below for any lurking troll s!
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ECLIPSES from page 5 depot Western Union office, he handed ‘Red’ Miles, a crack telegraph operator, a slip which said; ‘2:41,’ indicating the time of first contact with the eclipse. The wire to Portland was open. Just as soon as the numbers were clicked, a message started around the world to announce the eclipse was on at Goldendale, in the State of Washington, U.S.A.” Campbell wrote of his experience in Goldendale in The New York Times on June 9, saying that concern persisted for some time about clouds in the area the day of the eclipse. “The prospects for a clear sky were apparently hopeless during the long hours of waiting, almost up to the time of total-
fect Pit Sto
ity,” he wrote. Then, about a minute before the moon passed in front of the sun, the clouds cleared just enough for them to view the spectacle. Everything went dark. “The reading of newspaper print would have been difficult under the open sky,” Campbell continued. “The chickens retired as if for the night. They were heard to give the morning cock crows before emerging a few minutes later. It was probably the shortest night in all their lives.” The Sentinel article picked up more of the story in its issue on June 13, 1918, a few days after the eclipse: “The people of Klickitat County saw the eclipse in all its grandeur,” Ballou wrote in his article, “at
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the Lick Observatory Station on the grounds of the Morgan Milling Company at exactly 41 minutes and 30 seconds after 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon until the period of totality had passed the zenith and things had become normal again. One second after the first contact was announced, I was at the telephone in the Lick Station giving the Western Union press operator the time of the first contact to be inserted in an advance bulletin for the Associated Press, and the news was flashed all over the world that the eclipse was on at Goldendale… I shall make as the main point of my story the prominence that Goldendale obtained by being almost in the center of the 70-mile path of the shadow of the moon and the fact that Goldendale was selected in advance by some of the leading astronomers of the world as a vantage point.” Elsewhere in the same issue, The Sentinel continued: “For the most part, the local people of Klickitat County sought the high points surrounding the valley for observation points, and about 30 Model Ts made the climb to the summit of the high buttes on the outskirts of Goldendale,” the newspaper recounted. “It is estimated the event brought an extra 4,000 people to Goldendale.” What the article did not include was the fact that Dr. Campbell had hoped to take astronomical measurements during the eclipse that would
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Legends & History
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In 1805 the Lewis and Clark Expedition recorded seeing Mt. Adams. They misidentified it as Mt. St. Helens, which had been previously discovered and named. This is the earliest recorded sighting of the volcano by European explorers. Between 1830 and 1834 Hall J. Kelley led a campaign to rename the Cascade Range as the President's Range and also to rename each major Cascade mountain after a former President of the United States. Mt. Adams was not known to Kelley and was thus not in his plan. Mt. Hood, in fact, was designated by Kelley to be renamed after President John Adams but a mistake by a mapmaker placed the Mt. Adams name north of Mt. Hood and about 40 miles (64 km) east of Mt. St. Helens. By sheer coincidence there was in fact a large mountain there to receive the moniker. Since the mountain had no official name at the time, Mt. Adams stuck, even though the rest of Kelley’s plan failed.
Map of Lewis & Clark Track Across Western North America: by order of the executive of the United States, 1804 (Library of Congress)
Bingen Skate Park Bingen h as magniﬁce nt views!
Heading a bit further east on SR 14, our next stop is the charming city of Bingen, just a hop, skip, and a jump from White Salmon. And speaking of hopping, skipping, and jumping, kids, grab your skateboards and have at it in the spectacular new skate park.
“The city of Bingen has an awesome 7,350 square foot skatepark. Grab some lunch at one of our restaurants, and be sure to ... visit our Huckleberry Festival in the fall, and visit our pedestrian-friendly and beautiful downtown.” ---Jan Brending, City Administrator, City of Bingen
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We can’t leave Bingen without indulging in one of the most delectable treats of the Pacific Northwest - huckleberries ! And what better way to sample them than at Bingen’s Huckleb erry Festival. The weekend of September 6 - 8, 2019 rings in the 57th annual celebration of this delightful berry, at which you’ll find ice cream, smoothies, pies, jams, jellies, and syrups just to nam e a few of the scrumptious goodies. Plus there are crafts, games, food vendors, entertainment, and carnival rides. Visit: Huckleberry -fest.com. SEP 6-8
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Horsethief lake state park
This is Horsethief Butte!
Columbia Hills St ate Park has thre trances: the firs e ent at milepost 85 on Hwy 14 includes a camp ground with trai lheads to the east; the seco nd is Horsethief Lake Park; and the third, Cra wford Oaks, open to horses and bicycles, is about .5 mile ea st of the Butte parking; it has a great view of the Gorge looking w est. This 3,338-acre camping park h as 7,500feet of freshwat er shoreline on the Columbia River. Horsethie f Butte stands ov er the lake, dominating the skyline. The entr ance to Horsethief Butt e is 1.2 miles ea st of the main Horsethief Park entrance. This area is pro tected from the wind, so bring a hat, sun screen and plen ty of water. There are pit to ilets and well-m arked trails. Visit: stateparks.com/c olumbia_hills_sta _in_washington te_park .html
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What a treat when the Lupin e & Balsam root are in bloom !
Hikers, bikers, painters, photographers, and Sunday drivers love Dalles Mountain Road for its exquisite, year-round beauty. This spectacular drive runs right through Columbia Hills State Park; so if you’ve gone to the park first, just keep heading east on this sometimes bumpy gravel road. If you’re on Hwy 14, you’ll find Dalles Mountain Road at about milepost 84.5. Turn north and enjoy! On a clear day at the top, there’s a great vista of Mt Adams, Mt Rainier and the Cascade Range.
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Trails, Camping, Parks & Other Recreational Areas
Some of these are free; some require a Discover Pass & some are first come-first serve, so always check ahead, please!
Catherine Creek 4.5 miles west of Bingen on Old Hwy 8 (see pg. 22) DALLESPORT
Columbia Hills RV Village & Marketplace 111 Hwy 1979 Dallesport, WA, 98617 509-767-2277 Columbia Hills State Park (see pg. 26)
Horsethief Lake State Park Hwy 14 Dallesport, WA, 98617 509 767-1159 (see pg. 26) GIFFORD PINCHOT NATâ€™L FOREST (see pg. 4) Goose Lake recreational area (see pg. 10) GLENWOOD
Lazy Dazy "S" Stables 700 E. Main St. Glenwood, WA, 98619 509 364-3481
Leidl Park Campground Glenwood Hwy Glenwood, WA, 98619 wdfw.wa.gov/lands/water_access/30293
Outlet Creek Campground located within the Yakama Nation Reservation CCD at latitude 46.0160 & longitude -121.2087
Stinson Flats Campground Along Klickitat River: lat. 45.92424272 & long. -121.1102023
Ted Yedlick Campground Hwy. & Outlet Creek Glenwood, WA, 98619
GOLDENDALE Brooks Memorial State Park 2465 Hwy. 97 Goldendale, WA, 98620 509-773-4611 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (see pg. 61)
Cottonwood RV Park 400 N. Columbus Goldendale, WA, 98620 509-773-3543
Maryhill State Park 50 Hwy. 97 Goldendale, WA, 98620 (see pg. 44)
Peach Beach RV Park 89 Maryhill Hwy. Goldendale, WA, 98620 peachbeachcamping.com 509-773-4698 KLICKITAT
Mineral Springs Unit (public access) Hwy 142 Klickitat, WA, 98628 wdfw.wa.gov/lands/wildlife_areas/klickitat/Mineral%20Springs LYLE
Klickitat Trail Trailhead (see pg. 23) Rowland Lake - camping not allowed Along Old Hwy 8 west of Lyle wdfw.wa.gov/lands/water_access/30295 Turkey Hole 5 miles up Klickitat River from Lyle wdfw.wa.gov/lands/water_access/30298 Wishbone Campground 10 Canyon Rd Lyle, WA 98635-9509 509- 365-3210
ROOSEVELT (*Following 3 campgrounds operated by US Army Corps of Engineers call 541-506-7819 for more info or visit: nwp.usace.army.mil/Locations/ColumbiaRiver/John-Day) Rock Creek (*read above) (an 1805 campsite of Lewis & Clark)
Sundale (*read above)
Primitive camping; boat ramp; vault toilets; picnic area
6 miles west of Roosevelt on SR14 Roosevelt, WA, 99356 TROUT LAKE
Elk Meadows RV Park 78 Trout Lake Creek Rd Trout Lake, WA, 98650 elkmeadowsrvpark.com 509-395-2400 | 877-395-2400
Long Shadow Photography Trout Lake
Local photographer has created a map including roads, trails, lakes and camping. Web site also has photos of the local area.
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Primitive camping; portable toilets Apr-Sep
SR14, 17 miles east Maryhill near Roosevelt, WA, 99356
Roosevelt Park Recreation Center*
Primitive camping, no electrical or waste dump; boat ramp; vault toilets; windsurfing
Take Roosevelt Ferry Road (west exit off Hwy 14 into Roosevelt)
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ASCENDENTE WINERY 85 NE Estes, White Salmon, WA ascendentewine.com 509.493.1600 Tasting room closed in 2017
CASCADE CLIFFS WINERY 8866 Hwy 14 Wishram, WA cascadecliffs.com email@example.com 509-767-1100 Daily 10am - 6pm COR CELLARS 151 Old Hwy 8 Lyle, WA corcellars.com firstname.lastname@example.org 509-365-2744 Th - Mon: 11am-6pm
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JACOB WILLIAMS WINERY 3 Avery Rd (Avery Park on Hwy 14) Wishram, WA jacobwilliamswinery.com email@example.com 541-645-0462 May-Oct: 10am-6pm Nov-Apr: Thurs-Sun, 11am-5pm KLICKITAT CANYON WINERY 6 Lyle Snowden Rd, Lyle, WA klickitatcanyonwinery.com firstname.lastname@example.org 541-400-8147 Fri-Sun: noon-6pm
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SYNCLINE WINE CELLARS 111 Balch Rd, Lyle, WA synclinewine.com firstname.lastname@example.org 509-365-4361 Th - Sun: 11am - 6pm year round TETRAHEDRON 421 State St (Hwy 14), Lyle, WA tetrahedronwines.com email@example.com 509-774-8323 Fri - Sun: 11am - 6pm WAVING TREE WINERY Tasting room: 2 Maryhill Hwy, Goldendale , WA Winery: 123 Maryhill Hwy, Goldendale , WA wavingtreewine.com firstname.lastname@example.org 509-773-6552 Jun - Oct: 10am - 5pm
WHITE SALMON VINEYARD 63281 SR 14, Underwood, WA whitesalmonvineyard.com email@example.com 509-493-4640 Open on weekends by appointment
A World of Wine in 40 Miles
... is how the Columbia Gorge Wine Region is affectionately known due to it’s unique topography and climatic changes. In this 40 mile stretch encompassing both sides of the Columbia River in Oregon and Washington, an extraordinary combination of climates, soils, elevation and geology combine to produce some of the best and most varied grape varietals in the Pacific Northwest. A great transition occurs between the alpine forests of Underwood Mountain to the deserts of our eastern side, and our latitudes are shared with some of the finest wine growing regions of Europe, including Bordeaux, Rhone Valley and Italy. The Columbia Gorge is part of two American Viticultural Areas (AVA), including the western edge of the Columbia Valley AVA and encompassing all of the Columbia Gorge AVA, which was established in 2004. In our region, the Cascade Mountain range restricts the grand Columbia River into a narrow passage. This mountain range runs north into British Columbia, and south to California, creating a drastic climate difference as rains and clouds from the Pacific move inland and get hung up on the mountains. Hence, the areas on our western border see much more rain than the deserts of our eastern border, with rainfall diminishing more than one inch per mile moving East. Soils deposited from ice age floods and volcanic eruptions define the geology. The river canyon acts as a corridor for cool marine winds, which is why the Columbia Gorge is known worldwide as a premier windsurfing and kiting playground. And our two crowning beauties, Mt Hood and Mt Adams, create vertical elevations that allow for a huge range of grapes to be grown with success. Long famous for its fine pears, apples, cherries and other fruits, it wasn’t until the 1970’s that residents started experimenting with grapes. The vines prospered, and soon folks began to recognize the Gorge as a viticultural gem. Currently, over 70% of Gorge grown grapes are exported to other wine regions such as the Willamette Valley and Walla Walla, but plenty are crushed here in the Gorge at local wineries the day they are picked. From Albariño to Zinfandel, the Columbia Gorge really is a World of Wine in 40 Miles!
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Journeying further east on 14 , about 5 miles from Wishram, is Maryhill Winery on the south side of 14, overlooking the breath-taking Columbia River Gorge. Opened in 2001 by Craig and Vicki Leuthold, familyowned Maryhill Winery is one of Washington's largest wineries, producing 80,000 cas es annually. Visitors can enjoy wine tastings, live music on the vine-covered terrace every weekend, Memoria l Day through September, tours and special events, and tournament-quality bocce courts. Maryhill draws more tha n 75,000 wine enthusiasts from around the globe ea ch year, ranking among the top-five most visited wineries in the state. Maryhill Winery has been honored with more than 3,000 awards since its first vintage in 2001, including being named 2015 Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year by Wine Press Northwest and the 2014 Winery of the Ye ar at the San Francisco International Wine Competition . See their ad, back cover.
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Bickleton Evangelical Community Church 211 S Madison, POB 127 Bickleton • 509.896.5244
Pastor Steven Seng
Sun: 9:30am Sunday School 10:55am Worship (nursery provided) Summer: No Sunday School 9:30am Sunday Worship Wed: 5pm Youth Group grades 7-12
Centerville Community Church 508 Dalles Mountain Rd, Centerville, WA POB 1154, Goldendale
Pastor Patti McKern
Sunday: 10am Worship
We Serve A Risen Savior!
Find refreshment for your soul and friends for the journey!
Columbus Avenue Baptist Church
Community Grace Brethren Church
815 N Columbus Goldendale • 509.773.4471 email@example.com
Pastor Michael Block
1180 S Roosevelt, POB 226 Goldendale • 509.773.3388 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Greg Howell
Sat: 6:30pm Dinner & Service Sun: 9:45am Sunday School Sun: 9:30am Sunday School (all ages; nursery provided) 10:30am Worship (nursery provided) 11am Worship • 6pm Worship Wed: 2:15pm AWANA
Wed: 7:00pm Prayer Meeting Youth & Children’s groups
Fall: Saturday mornings Spring: Thursday evenings (Please call for details)
6pm Youth Group (7th-12th grades)
The Bible, the whole Bible, and nothing but the Bible. Goldendalegrace.com
Christ the King Lutheran Church
Church of the
104 E Simcoe, POB 48 124 W Allyn, POB 1500 Goldendale • 509.773.5750 Goldendale • 509.773.4216 Pastor Mary Johnson
Pastor Victor Hunt
Sunday: Sunday: 9:00am Adult Sunday School 9:30am Sun School (all ages) 10:45am Worship (nursery provided) 10:00am Worship Empowered by the Holy Spirit through Christ, we are sent into our community and the world to tell the story of God’s love & grace.
Father’s House Fellowship
207 S Klickitat, Goldendale 509.773.4719 email@example.com
Sun: 9:30am Bible Fellowship 10:30am Worship (nursery provided) Wed: 6pm Sweet Hour of Prayer
Narcotics Anonymous Mon & Fri: 4pm Tues & Thur: 6pm Sat: noon
A Gospel centered church
God is our focus. People are our target. Love is our aim.
Goldendale Seventh-day Adventist Church
59 Bickleton Hwy, POB 71 Goldendale • 509.773.4381 Pastor Tim Gray
Sat: 9:10am Sabbath School
Please see our website for bible studies & activities.
aChurch Directory How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! Psalms 133:1
Goldendale United Methodist Church
109 E Broadway, POB 1033 Goldendale • 509.773.4461 firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace Baptist Church Lyle Celebration Center
of the Assemblies of God
1280 W Jewett, POB 1098
Pastor Joyce O’Connor-Magee White Salmon • 509.493.2597 Sun: 9:30am Worship email@example.com (Sunday School afterward)
Alcoholics Anonymous Mon: 6:30pm & 8pm Wed & Fri: 8pm Free Community Meals Tue, Wed, Thur: 5:30pm All are Welcome!
Visit our website for other activities.
River of Life Church of God
2021 Pipeline, Goldendale
Pastors Rod & Cathy Smith Sun: 10:30am Worship Wed: 7pm Bible Study
Coming alive in Christ Jesus!
715 Washington St, POB 65 Lyle • 509.365.3971 firstname.lastname@example.org Pastor Les Haarstad
Pastor Mark Hoeffner
Sun: 9:30am Sunday School 10:30am Worship (nursery provided) 11am Kid’s Church (after worship)
Loving People, Loving God, Making Disciples, Following Jesus
Fri: 6:30am Men’s Group, Lyle Café
Sun: 9am Worship 10:45 Sunday School
Visit our website for more information.
Ss. Joachim & Anna Orthodox Mission
219 W Main, POB 745 Goldendale • 907.317.3828 email@example.com Reverend John Phelps
Sat: 6:30pm Vespers Sun: 8:15am Orthros 9:30am Liturgy Tue: 6:30pm Catechism Wed: 6:30pm Youth Group Fri: 6:30pm Compline OrthodoxGoldendale.com
Wed: 6:30pm Adult Bible Study Boys Explorers: 6 yrs-grade 6 Girls Impact: 6 yrs-grade 6 Youth Group: grades 7-12
Visit our website for more information.
St Joseph’s Catholic Church
Serving Catholics in the White Salmon area since 1912.
240 NW Washington St, White Salmon • 509.493.2828 Sat Mass: 5pm English 7pm Español
Sun Mass: 9am English 11am Español 1pm Español
Daily Mass/Misa Diaria: 9am English
Tue/Martes: 6:30pm Español stjosephwhitesalmon.org
New Life Assembly of God Church
1602 S Columbus, POB 92 Goldendale • 509.773.4650 Pastor Kevin Gerchak
Sun: 9:30am Sunday School 10:30am Worship 5:30pm Prayer 6pm Service
Wed: 7pm Adult Bible Study TAB (grades 7-12) Kid’s Programs (ages 3 - grade 6)
Please call regarding Men’s, Women’s, & 50s Plus ministries. NewLifeAGGoldendale.org
Trout Lake First Presbyterian Church
Completed in 1906, church building listed as WA historic site.
7 Church St, POB 210 Trout Lake • 509.395.2841 Pastor Scott Crane
Sun: 10am Service
3rd Tue: 6pm Potluck Dinner 7pm Program Wed: 7:30pm Service
ECLIPSES from page 18
prove Einstein’s theory. But some of his equipment showed up late, and the weather, while mostly clear, had just enough cloud cover to obfuscate Campbell’s view. He sadly reported to Einstein, who was waiting anxiously for word from Goldendale, that his attempt to prove Relativity had failed. It would be another four years before Campbell, now having trekked to a remote region of western Austalia, would indeed demonstrate that Einstein’s famed theory was accurate during the total solar eclipse of 1922. But 1918 was not the only big year for solar eclipses in Goldendale. The town was again right smack in the middle of a
path of totality during the eclipse of 1979. This time things were different. Goldendale was besieged not only by astronomers and tourists but also by a horde of pagans who made almost as much news as the eclipse. In June 1918 Goldendale didn’t have Stonehenge. The Stonehenge Memorial actually was just being finished during 1918. The building, built by wealthy magnate Sam Hill, was designed to be a war memorial commemorating the fallen military personnel of Klickitat County killed during the Great War. It is an exact replica of the original Stonehenge in England but in some regards even better—it was built to show the original in its
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“Canned Dark” sold for only $1 a can in 1979
pristine state before centuries moved and toppled some of the great stones. Scientists come to Goldendale’s Stonehenge to study what the original must have looked like. Because of its association with the Stonehenge in England, the counterculture youth of 1979 saw the Goldendale structure as having to do with Druids—so a large contingent of hippie-ish young people descended on the place celebrating what they took to be the pagan prominence of Druids. They sold pagan odds and ends, with one entrepreneurial kid selling “Canned Dark”— actual cans purporting to contain some of the “dark” that engulfed Goldendale during the eclipse that year. They sold for a buck a can, roughly about $3.50 in today’s money. Perhaps he went on to invent the Pet Rock…
Goldendale Swimming Pool
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Maryhill State Park
Now we’ll visit beautiful and relaxing Maryhill State Park and campgrounds, right on the Columbia River. It’s part of WA State Parks, so unless it’s a free day*, you’ll need a Discover Pass to enter. It’s right next to the lovely little town of Maryhill that will delight your eye in the spring with its blossoming fruit orchards and quench your palate in the summer with luscious fruit, honey, and other delectables. It’s also a stone’s throw from our very own true-to-scale Stonehenge (next page). *Find “Free Days” at parks.state.wa.us/167/Discover-Pass-Fees otherwise DiscoverPass required.
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MARYHILL STATE PARK
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August 22 - 25, 2019 Celebrating 76 years!
Stonehenge War Memorial
Camp, swim, picn ic , feast on the view, relax! Maryhill State Park has it all! You can buy a Discover Pass at th e park entrance .
Stonehenge War Memorial
This amazing, full size replica of the original neolithic struc ture in England was designed and built by Sam Hill in 1918 in honor of and dedicated to the WWI servicemen of Klickitat Coun ty who died, many in their teens, in the service of our coun try during the Great War. As 2018 was the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI, each of these 18 servicemen were honored on the day of each of their young deaths. Details are available at: maryhillmuseum.org/visit/stonehenge-memorial Aptly overlooking the magnificent Columbia River Gorg e, Stonehenge is a monument to heroism and peace. Sam is buried here, too.
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The Valley of the Little Klickitat, being one of the paths for homesteads in the region – but it was Snipes’ cattle, grazless-traveled in Klickitat County, invokes a sense of wonder ing in the swales of the valley, that put a stamp on the region in almost everyone who experiences it for the first time. that persists to this day. That’s been true for more than 150 years when Oregon Today, every spring, an important and revered tradition Trail pioneers were crossing the Columbia River from The occurs in the valley called “working the cattle.” When the Dalles by the thousands to come north. Back then, the only snows melt off the Simcoe Mountains (just north of Goldenhumans in the Valley were roving bands of Native Ameridale), ranchers, who’ve spent the winter hauling hay to their cans who found the Valley a rich source of resources that herds in the valley, drive these cattle to the mountain pasfully sustained and suptures. Before they’re ported their nomadic turned out, branding, lifestyles. shots, ear tags, and other That the first pioneer important work must be settlers wouldn’t arrive completed. These activiuntil 1858, nearly two ties allow families, friends decades after the Oregon and acquaintances to Trail migration began, gather together for work, speaks to a place that went food, fun, and festivity. largely unexplored by setBefore hunting season tlers seeking homesteads in begins in the fall, the cattle the West. are again rounded up and Wagon trains first made driven back to the winter their appearance in The feeding grounds. It’s anDalles in 1843; but the first other chance to witness Family owned for over 40 years & counting! the cattle drive. recorded activity in the Valley of the Little Klicki- 400 S Columbus, Goldendale • 866.773.4525 • SimcoeInsurance.com This is one of the few tat, other than fur trading, places in the West where was that of legendary cattleman Ben Snipes in 1855. one can still say, “I was held up by a cattle drive.” If you’re At 21, entrepreneurial Snipes secured financing for a lucky enough to encounter one, smile and wave. The cowherd of cattle. Through a Native American friend, he then boys and cowgirls will return the wave, making you part of a discovered the Valley of the Little Klickitat, where he century-long tradition. - Jim Link moved his herd. It wasn’t until 1859 that settlers began filing
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BICKLETON MKT STREET CAFE & GROCER
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BENEVENTI’S 201 W Steuben St, Bingen beneventispizza.com 509-493-2177 CARMEN’S KITCHEN 223 W Steuben St, Bingen 509-281-3215
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MUGS COFFEE 120 W Steuben St, Bingen mugsco.com 509-281-3100
PINE SHED RIBS & BBQ 216 W Steuben St, Bingen 509-281-3330
TAQUERIA EL RICONCITO EXPR. 114 W Steuben St, Bingen 509-493-8227
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208 E Main, Glenwood, 509-364-3535 • Daily: 5:30am – 9pm See their ad, page 13
GLENWOOD STATION 105 E Main St, Glenwood 509-364-3471 See their ad, page 12
MT ADAMS LODGE 25 Flying L Ln, Glenwood mt-adams.com 509-364-3488
SHADE TREE INN (and restaurant & bar) 105 E Main St, Glenwood 509-364-3471
AYUTLA’S Family Mexican Restaurant 630 E Simcoe Dr, Goldendale 509-773-7188 / 1987
BAKE MY DAY 119 E Main St, Goldendale 509-773-0403 Mon-Sat 8am - 3pm
BLUE SAGE CAFE 118 W Main St, Goldendale 509-773-1912 Mon, Tue, Thu: 7am - 7pm Fri & Sat: 7am - 8pm
CORNERSTONE COFFEE (drive-thru) 1 Bickleton Hwy, Goldendale 509-773-9115
GEE’S CHINESE RESTAURANT 118 E Main St, Goldendale 509-773-6999
GLASS ONION 604 S Columbus Ave, Goldendale theglassonionrestaurant.com 509-773-4928 GOLDEN CHINOOK COFFEE 118 W Main St, Goldendale 509-773-3337
GOLDENDALE FARMERS’ MARKET
Ekone Park (end of N Wilbur, off Broadway), May - September See their ad, page 43
GOLDENDALE MKT FRESH 622 E Broadway, Goldendale centerplacemarket.com/goldendale.html 509-773-3072, Daily: 7am – 10pm See their ad, page 59
GOLDENDALE COFFEE (drive-thru coffee) 630 E Simcoe Dr, Goldendale 509-261-1209 HOLCOMB’S SENTRY MKT 320 S Columbus, Goldendale 509-773-4958 Daily: 7am – 10pm
LOIE’S CAFE Maryhill Museum of Art 35 Maryhill Museum Dr Goldendale • 509-773-3733 maryhillmuseum.org Daily: 10am–5pm (Mar 15–Nov 15)
PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA
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PETE’S PIZZA 340 E Collins St, Goldendale petespizzapub.com 509-772-2772
PONDEROSA MOTEL 775 E Broadway, Goldendale ponderosamotelgoldendale.com 509-773-5842
808 E Simcoe Dr, Goldendale choicecentral.com 509-773-5881 See their ad, page 39
SIMCOE CAFE 123 W Main St, Goldendale 509-773-9970
ST JOHN’S COFFEE SHOP & GREEK BAKERY
2378 Hwy 97, Goldendale 509-773-6650 Mon-Sat 9am – 6pm; closed Sun See their ad on page 56 TOWNHOUSE CAFE 114 W Allyn St, Goldendale 509-773-2210
UNCLE TONY’S PIZZA
111 N. Columbus Ave, Goldendale uncle-tonys-pizza.com 509-772-2522 See their ad, page 54
HUSUM RIVERSIDE B&B and Icehouse Cafe 866 Hwy 141 gorgerooms.com 509-281-1181
100 Main St, Klickitat klickitatcanyonmarket.com 509-369-4400 See their ad, page 24
HUNTINGTON’S BAR & GRILL 95 Main St, Klickitat 509-369-4371
CORNER POCKET BAR & GRILL 600 State St, Lyle 509-365-0072 COUNTRY CAFE 605 State St, Lyle 509-365-6861
LYLE HOTEL (& restaurant) 100 7th St, Lyle thelylehotel.com / 509-365-5953
HEAVENLY GROUNDS & THE STATION CAFE 2374 Hwy 141, Trout Lake 509-395-2211
KELLY’S TROUT CREEK INN B&B 25 Mt Adams Rd, Trout Lake kellysbnb.com 509-395-2769
TROUT LAKE COZY CABINS 2291 Hwy 141, Trout Lake troutlakecozycabins.com 509-395-2068 TROUT LAKE GROCER 2383 Hwy 141, Trout Lake 509-395-2777
TROUT LAKE VALLEY INN 2300 Hwy 141, Trout Lake troutlakevalleyinn.com/ 509-395-2300
INN of the WHITE SALMON 172 W Jewett Blvd, White Salmon innofthewhitesalmon.com 509-493-2335 or 800-972-5226 KATINAS CAFE & CATERING 111 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon 509-493-2121 NORTH SHORE CAFE 166 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon 509-426-5341 PIONEER PIZZA 216 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon pioneerpizzakitchen.com 509-493-0028
STEELHEAD RANCH (overnight accommodations) 1376 Hwy 141, White Salmon steelheadranch.com 425-408-2914 / 425-681-0034
BIG MAN’S ROTISSERIE 799 Hwy 141, White Salmon 406-579-9450 Th – Sun: noon – 8pm
EVERYBODY’S BREWING 151 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon everybodysbrewing.com/ 509-637-2774
FEAST MARKET & DELI 320 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon feastmarket.org/ 509-637-6886
77 NE Wauna St, White Salmon harvestmarketstores.com 509-493-9494 See their ad on page 5
HENNI’S KITCHEN & BAR 120 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon henniskitchenandbar.com 509-493-1555 Open daily
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Goldendale Home, Garden & Sportsman’s Show May 3-5
Show ‘n Shine Car Show July 6
Car is King Weekend Car Show & Hill Climb October 5-6
Sat. Farmers’ Market Saturdays, May 11-Sep 28
Goldendale Quilt Show Presby Museum July 6
Rock Crawl in the Fall October 18-20
Oregon Trail Rally With Travis Pastrana, June 1
WE Rock - Rock Crawling Championships August 10-11
Goldendale Veterans Day Parade November 11
Burn-Out Kings August 17
Candy Cane Lane Christmas Parade December 8
Alder Creek Pioneer Rodeo June 7-9 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo June 15-16
Goldendale Community Days July 5-7
Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo August 22-25
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Harvesting the Wind
The locals have a sa ying: “It’s so windy, there’s whitecaps on and invite you to wi the mud puddles!” W tness this in action. e know how to harn There are over 600 ess that wind wind turbines in Klick itat County. These pr viding energy and jo oduce a combined bs to the area. Ther output of over 1,200 e’s enough clean re residences. From th megawatts, pronewable electricity eir bases to tips of th pr od uc ed to meet the need e highest blades, th the length of a footba s of 28,000 es e gi ants can loom to he ll field! A single blad ights of up to 490 ft e can reach 164 ft pool! - more than that’s the length of an Olympic-size (50 For a spectacular wh m et er ) swimming eat field & wind turb ine-filled drive, try th joins Old Hwy 8, then is 56-mile jaunt: From Rock Creek Rd. It em 97 go east on Hoctor erges at the mouth there head back no Rd. This of Rock Creek at Hw rth to Goldendale, co y 14, about 19 mile mpleting the circle at s east of 97 From the Goldendale exit. This is a 1.5 -2 hour drive.
Saturday Farmers’ Market
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The observatory is currently closed and will remain closed through the fall of 2019 for its first major renovation since 1973! All structures but the iconic South Dome are being demolished to prepare for construction of a much larger and more advanced learning center. But you won’t miss out: the spectacular solar & evening shows continue at the nearby Stonehenge campus. For the location, hours, updates, and other details, please see goldendaleobservatory.com/facility-upgrade.html. The Goldendale Observatory is a Washington State Park and requires a Discover Pass unless you hit it on a free day*. (A Discover Pass is not needed for the shows at Stonehenge.) goldendaleobservatory.com *Find “Free Days” at parks.state.wa.us/167/Discover-Pass-Fees - otherwise DiscoverPass required.
From Hwy 9 7, take the Broadw ay S t. exit into Golden dale . Turn R on Columbus Ave , stay R at the fork ( just a fter the cemetery), & follow that straigh t up to the observato ry.
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Lunar Eclipse, April 4, 2015, 5:09 am, just after totality. Shot from observatory by Troy.
Ghost Town of Goodnoe Hills Goodnoe Hills, located near Rock Creek Canyon and the only ghost town in Klickitat County, was a pioneer community in its heyday. The Goodnoe Hills area was settled sometime around the 1860's. Today several homesteads, the school house, and hotel remain. Here are the 36-minute directions (from Goldendale) to get there (looming, up close wind turbines along the way):
3 mi. south on 97
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Presby Mansion & Museum
Originally built as a house with real occupants, Presby Mansion was donated to the Klickitat County Historical Society by Pearl Shepard in 1962. It features items you won’t see anywhere else.
St. John’s Bakery
Espresso • Greek delicacies • Gifts Traditional, authentic greek pastries, baklava & greek cookies, gyros, moussaka, spanakopita, dolmas, Greek olives, & much more! Aromatic soaps & creams Christian gifts
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Let’s stay in town for the beginning of July - it’s su ch a blast! The weeken dependence Day is shee d after our Inr entertainment: from the parade, to the car show, music, to yummies, to ton to rides, to s of other fun, Community Days delights all ages fro And that’s not all. Here are m 9 to 90! a just few other great thi ngs to do in Goldendale - Home, Garden & Sport : sman’s Show - W.E. Rock Crawl - Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo See center spread map or the Chamber’s ad, pg 50, for even more events.
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W.E. Rock Crawl
The Rock Crawl & Tractor Pull have Goldendale addres few miles north of ses but are a the city. You have to come into Goldend Pipeline Rd to get al to the Rock Crawl on August 10-11, 20 e, and find Boulder Farm (hom 19 e to a lush assortm at Broken ent of lavender, ve flowers, all availabl ggies, and e for purchase). The Tractor Pull, al ways on the first fu is June 1-2, 2019 ll weekend after M at 357 Hanging R emorial Day, ock Rd (aka “Joe’s there, get back on Track”). To get 97, head north for a little over 1.5 mile on Hanging Rock s, hang a left Road, and stay on it for a little over 2 Please Google the miles. directions for the be st accuracy or use your GPS. Rock Cr Aug 1 awl 0 -1 1 , 20 Broke 19 n Bou lder Farm 290 P ipelin e Rd , Golde ndale
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Take the High (and loopy) Road Maryhill Museum of Art founder Sam Hill was one of the Northwest’s first and most vocal advocates for modern roads. He was president of the Washington State Good Roads Association and spent much of his life championing the importance of highways in the Northwest. In 1913 Sam Hill convinced the Oregon governor and legislature to visit Maryhill and see the 10 miles of demonstration roads he had constructed over the prior four years, at his own expense, as a way to experiment with road building techniques and surfaces. Located off Washington SR
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MARYHILL LOOPS ROAD: Remains an attraction for history and scenery fans. Maryhill Museum.
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14, the historic Maryhill Loops Road was the first macadam asphalt-paved road in the Pacific Northwest. Prior to the construction of US 97, it served as the only road between the Columbia River and Goldendale, Washington. Historically, it was part of a larger road that encompassed several miles, over which seven different experimental roads were constructed. It rises 850 feet in a series of 25 curves, eight of them hairpin turns, at a grade of 5 percent. In 1998, a 3.6-mile section of the road was completely refurbished and received the Outstanding Project of Historical Significance Award from the American Public Works Association, Washington State Chapter. —Maryhill Museum of Art
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Goldendale Bluegrass Pickers Festival
Bluegras s Jammi n’ May 30 (5pm)June 2, 2019. Ekone P ark 411 N. W ilbur Av e,
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These beautiful water colors by local artist Charlene Morrison are all of Goldendale Victorian houses. Stop by Golden Photo (106 W. Main St, Goldendale) to see this art work on display.
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Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo KC Fair & Rodeo Aug 22-25, 2019 KC Fairgrounds
Our 76th Year!
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Every year the KC Fair & Rodeo brin gs residents and visitors together fo r a grand stompin’ time. And 2019 is their 76th year! As usual, it kicks of f Thursday evening with an ol d-fashioned barbec ue, featuring delicious local food and produce. See th ei r ad, page 44. Stop by The Golden dale Sentinel to pi ck up a free copy of the Fair’s “Premium Book fo r Youth and Open Classes” when the event draws closer . It lists entry due dates, program tim es, and much mor e. Also be on the lookout for Harve st, a special sectio n supplement on the Fair, which will be included in Th e Sentinel’s weekly publicatio n the Wednesday before the fair.
St. John’s Greek Coffee Shop is about 10 miles north of Goldendale on the east side of 97. Here you’ll find yummy, homemade sweet and savory Greek delicacies. See their ad, page 56. A bit further north on the west side of 97 is Brooks Memorial State Park, a 700-acre, year-round camping park. It has over 9 miles of hiking trails along the Little Klickitat River and up through the Ponderosa and Oregon Pine forests. At the top are open mountain meadows with a panoramic view of Mount Hood. Visitors may see deer, beaver dams, squirrels, spring wildflowers, and a variety of birds. Brooks is a Washington State Park, so a Discover Pass is required unless it’s a Free Day*. *Find “Free Days” at parks.state.wa.us/167/Discover-Pass-Fees.
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Carousel Museum Bickleton is about an hour east of Goldendale on Bickleton Hwy - and what a scenic drive that is! Known as the “Bluebird Capital of the World,” Bickleton residents work year-round to keep the little houses maintained and ready for the next generation of Bluebirds. You’ll see these lovely little feathered friends throughout the eastern part of Klickitat County. Another must-see is Bickleton’s Carousel Museum in downtown Bickleton, operated by the Alder Creek Pioneer Association (ad on facing page). It has a new 4,200 SF addition and features interesting collections, such as woven wheat and barbed wire, antique lunch boxes, and, of course, the restored carousel horses. The Annual Bickleton Car Show on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend features classic and modern cars and is a great place to meet other motor vehicle enthusiasts. And don’t miss the amazing rodeo June 7-9, 2019. It’s the oldest rodeo in the state and draws quite a crowd! See their ad, pg. 44. Lastly (while we’re on oldest), Bickleton is also home to the oldest continuously operating tavern in Washington, the Bickleton Bluebird Inn. See their ad pg. 63.
Beautiful Bluebirds all summer long!
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MARKET STREET CAFE & GROCERY 106 East Market St Bickleton, WA 509-896-2671
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Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic & Rodeo
On the 2nd weekend in June, be amazed by the 109th Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic & Rodeo. If 109 sounds like a big number, it is! This rompin’ good time is Washington state’s oldest rodeo. If the buckin’ broncos are more than you can handle, it also features a more sedate carousel ride on an antique carousel. More info at: aldercreekpioneerpicnicrodeo.weebly.com The Bickleton Car Show & Flea Market is on the Saturday before Labor Day, this year Aug31, 2019, 9am-4pm. For more car show info, visit bickleton.org/bickleton-car-show. Here’s one tourist’s first-hand account of his visit: ewillys.com/2013/09/02/pasco-to-randle-on-friday-august-31/
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Dryside Properties Glenwood Station
Goldendale Farmers' Market Goldendale Market Fresh Goldendale pointS Tire
Goldendale Pregnancy Resource Center Grist Mill, The
Dr. James R. Ogden, OD
Ogden’s Mopar Limo Service
DJ’s Rental & Repair
Columbia Hills & Gardner Funeral Home
Papa John’s Pizza
St. John's Monastery Swanson, Ginger
Uncle Tony's Pizza Windermere
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Once we know what you love,
we won’t stop until you have it.
122 E 2nd St.
504 Cascade Ave.
315 Oak St.
651 WaNaPa St.
WHITE SALMON 216 E Jewe (509) 493-4666
106 W Steuben
220 SW Second
(509) 427– 2777
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