Ferry County residents and vacationers enjoy more open space, more blue sky, more uncrowded trails and campsites, and a lot less stress and traffic than the folks in more congested areas of Washington State.
Baptisia Australis Wild Flower
View of Kettle River from the shore at the Lone Pine Ranch Park.
A hot summer day spent in the Kettle River. Located at the bridge between Customs Road and Kettle River Rd, Curlew, WA 99118.
Raw wool ready for hand carding. Scene from country life in Republic, WA.
Kettle River shoreline, Hwy 21
The Country Store in Curlew, WA invites you to explore.
Evening Grosbeak at feeder. Curlew Lake, WA.
Fourth of July fireworks display at Curlew Lake, WA.
2012 Trans-America Rally - 1954 Jaguar XK120DHC
Clouds in perfect formation over Curlew Lake, WA.
View from bridge between Customs Road and Kettle River Rd, Curlew, WA 99118. Approx. 8 miles west of the town of Curlew.
Brittle prickly pear blooms on dry sunny slope.
Abandoned farm house, Curlew WA
Red Tailed Hawk sitting on Ponderosa Pine
Horse rider at Ferry County Fair
1949 Dodge Truck. Photo taken in Curlew, WA.
Trees on the shoreline of Swan Lake show evidence of beavers at work.
Model T crosses Curlew Bridge
Kayaking on Curlew Lake.
Young mule deer buck walks through woods.
Flower pots arranged on a porch rail gleam in the morning sun. Republic, WA.
Mountain chickadee rests on frosty bird feeder.
Hwy 21 near Herron Creek Road, Republic, WA
Grill of Seagrave Fire Truck, Curlew, WA
Ferry County Fair events include old-fashioned horse races.
Fry pan of rainbow trout ready for cooking.
Fisherman Sandy Sandoval displays catch of large mouth bass caught at Curlew Lake, WA.
Grove of trees near Kettle River, Hwy 21
Garden Sunflower, Republic, WA
Enjoy musical events at the Ferry County Fair.
Republic Fly-In planes arrive from all over the Pacific Northwest.
Sagebrush Buttercup, Ranunculus Glaberrimus
Grill of Seagrave Fire Truck (B&W). Curlew, Washington. Click image to view print purchase options.
Fisher: Bob Hackiewicz caught a 49.5 in. Muskie that was 24 in. in girth; catch and release. He and his wife caught five muskie over the course of their vacation. Photo: Deb Jolley