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Focus Northwest

Visual stories from the Eastside and the Pacific Northwest by Chad Coleman

Farms in the Snoqualmie Valley

October 14th, 2010 at Thu, 14th, 2010 at 4:25 pm by Chad Coleman

Greetings from the Snoqualmie Valley! As a staff photographer for a regional newsgroup, I am tasked with a variety of assignments all across the region. Recently, I worked the Snoqualmie Valley Record on their annual visitor’s guide and got to visit a couple farms near Fall City. This post highlights some of my favorite images.

Harvesting dill at Fall City Farms.

At Fall City Farms you can see the equipment big…

…and the kids can play with them small.

One cool site to visit is the 500-foot suspension bridge crosses the Snoqualmie River at Tolt-MacDonald Park in the Snoqualmie Valley.

Cory, who runs the Baxter Barn, with some of the miniature donkey’s at the farm.

Farm fresh eggs at the Baxter Barn.


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