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Where in Washington
September 1, 2022 at 12:00 a.m.
Can you identify the location of this photo?
Can you identify the location of this photo?

 

Can you identify the location of this photo? If so, you may win $100!


Here is a hint: This fish in this photo can be found at a location founded by a noted Northwest conservationist and philanthropist, who founded another notable destination adjacent to this place.


The winner will be drawn at random from the correct answers sent to editor@northwestprimetime.com by September 27, 2022.


If no correct answer is received, the $100 prize will transfer to the following contest.


The contest is available only to readers who sign up for Northwest Prime Time’s email newsletter. Joining is as easy as sending an email to editor@northwestprimetime.com and asking to sign up. We anticipate emailing you about once a month. Northwest Prime Time will never share your information with any other person or organization.



Congratulations to Julie of Shoreline, winner of the last contest

 

The last contest featured a poster of Cama Beach State Park on Camano Island. The park preserves the site of a renovated 1930s-era fishing resort complete with beachside cabins and a boat house. Before that, for as long as 1600 years, coastal Native Americans used the area as seasonal camping for fishing and gathering berries. The fishing resort ran for 55 years, and Cama Beach opened as a state park in 2008.

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