One of these five small Washington towns is the birthplace of United Airlines. Another is famous for a tale of starvation and murder, and one town shut down after residents believed they were being invaded by Martians.
One of the most disturbing things buried on the site was over 800 dead Beagles. The dogs were part of a radiation experience during the Cold War in which they were fed plutonium-laced food for nearly 30-years.
Just because the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder, doesn’t mean you have to put away the camper gear or the trailer. Surprisingly, there is a long list of state parks that allow camping through the winter months on a first come first serve basis.