The Columbia and Snake River system has been referred to as an outdoor enthusiast’s mecca and we’re ready to explore everything this off-the-beaten-path area has to offer.
When people ask me about my time on UnCruise, a grin spreads across my face as I’m flooded with fond memories and fantastic stories.
It's safe to say that April Reddout knows her wine.
Further east where the desert dust generally dictates the day, Palouse Falls springs to life...
Back in 1825, the Hudson’s Bay Company planted the first wine grapes in Washington State near Fort Vancouver, and following on their heels, settlers of French, German, and Italian heritage cultivated the earliest plantings. By around 1910, grapes were being grown all across the state.