September 1, 2019 / Eric Patrick / Yakima Herald

Road Trip: Taking a trip to Bellingham

When I was approached with the opportunity to take a tourism trip to Bellingham and Whatcom County, I jumped at the opportunity.

There are numerous similarities in that region to some of our tourism opportunities in Union Gap and Yakima County, and in particular I was interested in seeing the Lynden Pioneer Museum.

I split my time equally over a few days between Bellingham and Lynden, and am already prepared for a return trip because there is still so much more to do.


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