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The Exploring Washington State Podcast is for you if you are looking for ideas and inspirations of great places to visit, fantastic places to grab a bite to eat and drink. If you want to know more about the businesses that call Washington State home, learn about the amazing artists who are creating artwork.The State of Washington is an amazing place to live and a great place to visit. The Exploring Washington State Podcast helps to showcase the splendor of Washington State. Remember "there i ...
 
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In this episode we journey through Annie's Window to learn all about Annie Nguyen of Annie Eats Food. Originally from Hawaii, Annie moved to Seattle a few years ago and has documented her journey on her blog Through Annie's Window and on her Instagram Account @Annie_eatsfood. During this episode we chat about some of Annie's favorite places to eat …
 
Metamorphic Gear founder Lindsay Lawrence joins us to talk upcycling. As an avid sailor and outdoors enthusiast Lindsay founded Metamorphic Gear in Seattle to help solve a problem with what to do with sails and truck covers after they were no longer in condition to serve their original purpose. During our conversation Lindsay explains how Metamorph…
 
Gary Winston is a musician who calls Walla Walla Washington home. Gary was born in Walla Walla and began his musical journey after seeing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. You will love his story. His first guitar was from Montgomery Wards and soon after he received his first guitar it was obvious that this would be his path in life. After all a…
 
Gage Lang had a dream and he made it happen! Gage is the owner of Breaüxdoo Bakery in Spokane. Gage joins us and chats about Spokane, Cookies, and Late Night delivery. Have you ever wanted a warm cookie and some milk late in the evening? Well, if you live in Spokane you can simply visit Breaüxdoo Bakery and they will delivery cookies and milk to yo…
 
Melissa Misoda is both a glass artist and high school teacher. Melissa joins us for this episode to chat about her inspiration and motivation as an artist. Melissa and her husband own Misoda Glassblowing Studio in West Seattle. After finding her passion after one day in a community college glass blowing class. Melissa has continued to study glass b…
 
A CLASSIC rewind from the first couple week of How Bizarre - We dive into the past to listen to the oldest known playable recordings of all time and chat about the fascinating story of how history on this topic was quite recently re-written! Plus: MORE Floridian graveyard news, The Mootrix, copyright laws and Christopher gives us a Rank Quiz on the…
 
Cole Sisson founder of the Orcas Project, and owner of Doe Bay Wine Company joins us this episode. Cole grew up on Orcas Island and has a ton of stories to tell. The one about the Whales and row boat is one you need to hear. After high school Cole attended the University of Washington and found his way to wine. After becoming a sommelier Cole began…
 
A fun show this one - Chris takes to the bed of nails LIVE on the show for a full 20 minutes and it goes as you might imagine! Then we chat about The Dark Web and the Silk Road black market, stuck-ship wackiness, Cinnamon Toast Shrimp, Lemmy, the Philadelphia Experiment, fart healing, what we're watching and a wacky round of Weird Trivia!…
 
Chef Reginald Jacob Howell joins us to talk all about food and growing up in Tacoma. Chef grew up in the kitchen. Following his grandmother and learning by watching her. Playing Football in high school and then in college makes for being hungry. Chef knew how to stretch his food budget to make food that was both tasty and filling. Soon the passion …
 
San Juan Island Sea Salt Company Founder Brady Ryan joins us to talk all things Sea Salt. Brady has always been a curious person and when he graduated college, his impulsive side caused him to build an evaporation house and make his own sea salt. The San Juan Island Sea Salt Company is a result of this curiosity and Brady was kind enough to share a…
 
When you are driving around Washington State do you ever look at the rocks and wonder what their story is? Leslie Moclock and Jacob Selander have just published a book that will help you out. Rocks, Minerals & Geology of the Pacific Northwest will explain everything you need to know about why there is a mountain here and a valley over there? You wi…
 
When you think of Ceviche, Lobster Rolls, or Barbecue do you think Spokane? Chef Chad White is on a mission to make sure you do. This episode we chat with Chef Chad White. Spokane native, Top Chef contestant, James Beard semifinalist, and all around nice guy. Growing up in Spokane, joining the Navy, opening a restaurant in Tijuana, (plus a bunch of…
 
Have you ever had a blister while hiking? Blisters are the worst. Rami Nasr had a blister and it inspired him to create a sock company. From The Ground Up Socks. Designed to be the best socks you have ever worn FTGU Socks will not disappoint. We have a conversation with Rami about his inspiration and his journey to make socks to help you stay comfo…
 
Louise Bendall joins us for this episode. Louise is a DJ on KBFG FM 107.3 in North Seattle. She is the host of "Local With Louise" a Friday night show that showcases Seattle area musicians. We chat about the Seattle music scene and how musicians and music venues are navigating through the pandemic. Louise shares some of her favorite local bands and…
 
Our first Foodie Friday episode! Seattle Foodie Podcast hosts Monica and Nelson join us to talk about the Seattle food scene. This is our 50th episode and it was a lot of fun to chat about all of the great things that are happening around Seattle when it comes to food. I know that when I finished recording this episode I was ready to drive to Seatt…
 
Shelby Campbell of Heirloom Apparel and Design is our guest on this episode. Heirloom is about creating wearable and stick-able art that can be a part of your daily life. Shelby is from Leavenworth and she finds inspiration for her art from the abundance of beauty that surrounds her home and community. We chat about places to go for hikes and campi…
 
Lakyn Bury and Nat Nickel of Cobrahawk join us for this episode. Lakyn is the lead singer and Nat is the drummer for the band. Originally Cobrahawk was a cover band but over time they began to write original music and have recently released their second album. (do we even call them albums anymore?) =) Cobrahawk is based in Ellensburg and they had a…
 
Madison Ford joins the podcast to chat about Kittitas County. Madison is the Director of Tourism and Events for the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce. During our conversation we chat about a wide range of topics. Kittitas County has an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities. From skiing at Snoqualmie Pass to boating on the Columbia River a…
 
Toby Hanson joins the podcast to talk about his musical career as an accordion player. From an early age Toby was studying music. A family member would play an accordion at family gatherings. Since Toby was not big enough to play an accordion at that time he started in music by playing Piano. After graduation with a bachelors degree in music Toby h…
 
A packed couple of hours - Lyle and Christopher talk about their recent trip to Seattle for tests and procedures to get Lyle on a kidney transplant list. They share lots of good news, a few (doable) challenges to overcome and a fascinating look into the process of an organ transplant. PLUS: News stories including bad snow removal plans, Area 51, th…
 
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