Have you ever been to Thorp Fruit & Antique Mall? I stop every time.

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It wasn't always that way. But, ever since the first stop, it's now tradition to stop and pick up some goodies for the road trip. Located off I-90 about 10-miles west of Ellensburg, the address is 220 Gladmar Road in Thorp. Whether coming or going, sometimes I stop twice. There's a gas station next door, so it's perfect. You can take a break from the road to shop for fruits and specialties, and gas up the vehicle.

Thorp Fruit & Antique Mall is Washington's Most Charming General Store.

LoveFood.com has the list of the most charming general stores in every state. I admit, I'm a HUGE fan of Washington's choice. And, Seahawk fans love it, too.

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There are lots of items geared toward the team's fans, from wine to specialty items you never know what kind of Seahawk merchandise will be on hand. Depending on the season, the same goes for fruits and vegetables. According to the Mall website:

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Along with the freshest produce and best antiques around, Thorp Fruit & Antique Mall works hard to bring in many wonderful specialty food items, gifts, locally made ice cream, espresso and wine from local businesses. This third generation run store is appreciative of every customer that chooses to stop and shop. Thorp Fruit & Antique Mall hopes that shopping with us becomes one of your family traditions.

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