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The Skagit Tulip Festival, Washington
In the Pacific Northwest, residents face long, dreary winters, with a mere handful of sunny days. So the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival ? the area?s largest ? serves as the first bright spot of the year. Sandwiched about midway between Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, the area became famous for tulips in the mid-?80s when the Roozen family, who hail from Holland, imported the family business of tulip growing. To get there, you can take a scenic loop from Seattle on WA-580 near Arlington, and through the North Cascades Highway. The drive will give you views of the forests and the Skagit River. Once you get into Mount Vernon, tour the more than 1,200 acres of blooming tulips and daffodils, which are grown in a triangular area contained by Highway 20, the Swinomish River Channel and the Skagit River


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Been there. It is quite the sight!