Buying property and building your own home or cabin allows you to design and build the waterfront, view, or farm home you’ve dreamed of; however, before you make your decision, there are many issues and variables to consider.
Tucked in the north-east corner of the state, Ferry County is one of Washington State’s least traversed counties, and one of its best tourism bargains. With only 3.4 persons per square mile (by comparison, King County, which includes the city of Seattle, Washington, has 912 people per square mile), citizens of and visitors to Ferry […]
Recognized by many as Japan’s first English teacher, Ranald MacDonald was buried in an Indian Cemetery on the east side of Customs Road, on a hill that overlooks the Kettle River below. His grave site is the smallest state park in Washington State. Painting of Ranald MacDonaldTen and a half miles from Curlew, […]
In 1898 a woman on horse back rode the hills around Republic, Washington looking for a suitable burial place for a man who’d recently died. At the time, Republic was a rough and tumble gold rush town filled to the brim with miners, and as yet hadn’t established a cemetery. That all changed when a […]
Trolling flies are flies designed to attract trout in lakes at the trout’s resting depth, and to mimic the trout’s natural food sources. It is no small chore to create lures that mimic the natural food source while being pulled through the water at the end of your fishing line. Joan Lake, […]
Come experience life in a working, Western town. Take time to relax, play, and meet new people in the town of Republic: the perfect place to enjoy an authentic and charming weekend away from hectic city life. Download and print the VCB’s and FerryCounty.com’s guide to a fun weekend in Republic, WA (PDF: 3 MG).