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August 14, 2020 / Weekends in Washington / Northwest Travel Channel

Beer, Bikes & Bellingham

Before the pandemic, your host Jamie Petitto spent an adventure-filled weekend in one of her favorite Northwest towns--Bellingham, Washington. Join us for this episode where she hits the trails for adventures in hiking, mountain-biking, beer-drinking, kayaking, belly-laughing and a whole lot of fun in "brew-tiful", beer-loving, Bellingham. Do you have a favorite brewery in Bellingham? Share it with us in the comments below!

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