Farmington (Washington)

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Farmington is in Washington State, USA.

Understand[edit]

Literally on the edge of Washington, Farmington is a slumbering little community of 151 residents. It is known for having the state's smallest post office and allegedly the country's tallest wooden flagpole.

Get in[edit]

Farmington can be reached by car, motorcycle, or bicycle. There is no public transportation service or rail line.

Get around[edit]

Getting around the town is easily accomplished by car, motorcycle, bicycle, and on foot.

See[edit]

The Post Office (Main & Second), McCroskey State Park (Across the Idaho border, a scenic gravel drive)

Do[edit]

Mill around and hope for someone to talk to, sleep, plan where to go next.

Buy[edit]

The post office sells stamps and money orders.

Eat[edit]

The last restaurant in town closed upon the owner's death sometime in the early '90's.

Drink[edit]

See "Eat"

Sleep[edit]

Pitch a tent on Skyline Drive, otherwise there is a convenient park bench across from the post office.

Connect[edit]

Someone elsewhere

Go next[edit]

As soon as possible.

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