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This intriguing small town with a rustic Old West sensibility lies within the Yakama Reservation and blends history and culture, art and agriculture. You can't miss the 70 colorful murals that adorn the facades and exterior walls of businesses and homes. Commissioned since 1989 by the Toppenish Mural Association and done in a variety of styles by regional artists, they commemorate the town's history
and Western spirit. Tours in a horse-drawn covered wagon leave from the association's office on Toppenish Avenue.
The Yakima River zigzags north, making a giant bend around Red Mountain and the West Richland district before pouring into the Columbia River...
A former railroad, coal, and logging town, Cle Elum (pronounced "klee ell -um") now caters to travelers stopping for a breath of air before...