out and about in Twisp

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Twisp
Twisp
Twisp!

always encouraging to see bike racks. and how fun is a bike bike rack?

always encouraging to see bike racks. and how fun is a bike bike rack?

It’s just fun to say. Although someone later told me that it’s the local native people’s word for yellow jacket, which did make it somewhat less appealing.

Exhibit in the Community Center/Library Faces of the Methow The Methow Valley is a special place, principally because of the variety of interesting people and colorful characters who live here. These portraits are a cross-section of those locals in late 2005 and 2006.

Exhibit in the Community Center/Library
Faces of the Methow
The Methow Valley is a special place, principally because of the variety of interesting people and colorful characters who live here. These portraits are a cross-section of those locals in late 2005 and 2006.

Also posted in the Community Center/Library. Graduating classes. As the product of a small town myself, I got a kick out of these.

Also posted in the Community Center/Library. High school graduating classes. As the product of a small town myself, I got a kick out of these.

Cool mosaics in the bathrooms too.

Cool mosaics in the bathrooms too.

Regardless, the town was very sweet, and I was there on a beautiful sunny day. Great bakery, nice farmers market, AND! print shop. Variety of arty stuff around on the streets and an arts community/economic incubator project.

Spotted at the Farmers Market. Touring by folding bike? or might have been a local. Didn't spot the rider. (What you think it would have been obvious?)

Spotted at the Farmers Market. Touring by folding bike? or might have been a local. Didn’t spot the rider. (What you think it would have been obvious?)

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