Nestled in the far northwestern corner of Washington State is a little slice of paradise. It’s a destination with no stoplights, where foodies forage and create memorable cuisine that defines farm to table and orchard to glass. Here, you can smell the Salish Sea, wander through wildflower-strewn prairies or a fanciful sculpture garden. This is where a pig led the way to diplomacy and a Hawaiian shepherd takes credit for naming the only town on the island. Welcome to San Juan Island, Washington.
Travel, food and wine writer Hilarie Larson discusses the history and natural beauty of Washington's San Juan Islands, and San Juan Island National Historic Park. This Big Blend Radio interview originally aired live on BlogTalkRadio.com on Oct. 20, 2017.
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