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4/20/17 3:31 P

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Depending on how much time they had, I would start with the Catholic Church. Its beautiful with murals on the walls and ceiling. There is a lot of history of our small town there.
Next would be the National Bison Range, including their 19 mile self guided car tour. Lots of animals, including bison, elk, deer, sheep, many birds and the scenery is out of this world.
Next, If they have at least a full day, then we would be off to Glacier National Park

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4/20/17 2:26 P

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Living on the east coast of Florida I would take them to the beach and also to some of the beautiful rivers. There are Air boat rides available not too far away. We have a nice zoo not far away as well (they also have a zip line ride there as well). If they were a bird lover like myself there are many different trails and parks I could take them to as well.

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4/20/17 1:24 P

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I would take visitors to the Washington state capitol building. It is only a mile from our house. I would also take them to Tumwater Falls Park and hike the trail. If they have children, we would go to the Children's Hands On Museum. For a longer trip, we would go to the ocean or we could go the Mt. Rainier National Park. Both of these places are an 1 1/2 to 3 hours from our house. Mount Saint Helen is also another place that is interesting. We could always go to Seattle, but the traffic is so bad going up there. We are only 60 miles from there, but it takes much longer to get there because of the traffic. Another place that is fun to go to is the Point Defiance Park in Tacoma. It has gardens, picnic areas, water and mountain views, a zoo and aquarium, plus hiking trails. We go there quite often, especially when the flowers are blooming. Western Washington has a lot of nice places to visit.

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4/20/17 10:09 A

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We have a lot of horses, cows, orange groves,museums & Disney. Personally the price to go to Disney is not to be believed. What happened? It use to be affordable for families. Now families have to go into hock...where's the fun in that?They just upped the prices again. I won't go there for that reason, and I can get a dicount as a resident of Florida. Walt would roll over in his grave. I'm off my soap box now...

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If someone from out of you area was visiting What places would you show them???


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I would goto the Museum of Play and the Science center. I would not forget the beautiful state park near by. We may take a little ride to Niagara Falls.




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