30 Things To Do in Pullman Washington: Day 5

Real Estate Agent with Beasley Realty

Over the course of November, I thought it would be fun to list 30 things to do in Pullman.  As a Realtor, I work with lots of folks relocating to our special part of Washington, and thought this would be helpful to both my clients, and anyone moving here or living here for that matter.

Today is absolutely incredible with a 63 degree day and partly cloudy, partly sunny.  I just walked down the street from Beasley Realtyn to the bank without a jacket and loved every minute of it.  It so incredible out there today it inspired today's blog on the Palouse Ridge Golf Course.

This 18 hole golf course was listed in America's Best New Courses in 2009.  It is also listed in Golfweek's best courses you can play in 2011.  It is also listed in Golfweek's best campus courses and will host the Woman's Pac12 Golf Championships in 2012.





Although, I am not a golfer myself, I know many who are and they all feel very fortunate to have a course like this right here in Pullman.  I have often admired the beauty of the Palouse from the restaurant, called Banyons.  I often take clients there to enjoy some of the beautiful rolling hills surrounding the restaurant.  Here is a picture I took earlier this year on my birthday from the restaurant after a quick shower causing a beautiful rainbow.  What a great birthday present!


Banyons Lori Cofer Churchill 

















 Chipman Trail

Kamiak Butte

Pullman's Fair Trade Craft Fair

Zeppos Bowling




Comments (1)

Rene Fabre
First American Title - Seattle, WA
Marketing in the Digital Age

The Pullman area is a very beautiful part of Washington and I love the Palouse Mountains. I'm no golfer either, but I have a lot of friends that do and I love to join them on the course and walk and talk. That's a beautiful rainbow! 

Nov 05, 2012 04:18 AM

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