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Hi!

I´m flying to Seattle on Monday from Sweden to visit a garden that I wanted to see since the first time I saw it on youtube. Very excited!

And I´m wondering if there are any interesting building projects nearby or neighboring states cause I´m very interested in natural building as well. I heard ( unfortunately ) that Mike Oehler had passad away and his house is not available to the public since it has gone to the private sector. It would have been awesome to see his house or others like that.

If you also have a national park that you would recommend I would very much welcome that! Thanks!
I have rented a car and am free to go for 10 days anywhere I want ^_^

Any and all recommendations are welcome!

 
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National Parks

You can't go wrong with the national parks. Easy to locate them with that website. Enjoy.
 
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