Of All the Places 

With the world as my oyster, I still chose Spokane

“So, why Spokane?” That’s a question I’ve been asked a lot — and asked of myself — in the past 18 months. When people find out I moved here after having the choice of living anywhere I wanted, they seem surprised…

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