In June 2015, Pierce County’s Chambers Bay Golf Course will join the ranks of such prestigious courses as Pebble Beach, Bethpage, Marion, and Pinehurst, among others. At these course, some of the greatest players ever to walk the links made U.S. Open history, and Chambers Bay is poised to become the next great field of champions. But unlike the other courses, whose golf history goes back generations, Chambers Bay is a newcomer to the sport…however there’s a lot more to it than just breathtaking views and unbeatable recreational opportunities.
And so have Brewster, Twisp, Malott, and Methow, just to name a few of the resilient communities within north-central Washington.
As the Carlton Complex of fires continues to ravage the dry, rolling hills along the Columbia and Okanogan Rivers between Wenatchee and Omak, it can be easy to succumb to the notion that all is lost forever in the wasteland that is still only 50-percent contained. However, these communities of stalwart, rural Washingtonians are accustomed to facing and overcoming challenges and depend on each other for survival. Read more