Before retiring from The Seattle Times in 2019 it took me three hours to drive to my favorite photography location: north-central Washington wheat country. Now I live a half hour away. My wife and I moved to Wenatchee in August 2019. The Waterville Plateau is just north of here, an easy day trip. Even Wenatchee offers photography opportunities like the closed pawn shop. I like the giant musket on the roof. The farm windmill is located off U.S. Route 2 north of Wenatchee. Wheat farms are scattered across the plateau. The green combine is parked in Lind, a tiny wheat town southeast of here. It competed in the town's combine demolition derby at the rodeo arena. Now that's entertrainment.
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