729. Everett, Snohomish County (WA02)

The previous theme played itself out again. I had a little bit of consternation when I arrived. The county’s business is conducted out of this building, and across the square from it …

… is the courthouse, which you can tell by the sign that says, “Snohomish County Courthouse.” It was simple enough to photograph both to cover my bases. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. We all know I don’t want to have to come out here again if I can avoid it.

The cache was nice enough, a container under a fake rock in a front yard. It was a little farther into the yard than I like to go, but it was so obvious that I couldn’t help but think that the neighbors must know about it. Besides, I was pretty sure that the owners were probably not home, occupied with travel themselves. Simple enough, but that was not the most important goal of the county.

Ladies and gentlemen (or however you identify—I don’t mean to be gender assumptive), I give you the Washington State County Challenge. It was not as easy as many State Challenges are to find, requiring a bit of bushwhacking to get to, but I also have to give credit to it. This is closer to what I expect such a challenge to be. Previously, some have met my expectations; others have not. Either way, without it, much of my following travels would sort of be for naught (emphasis on “sort of”). But it and a qualifying cache were done, so I set off north again to…

6 thoughts on “729. Everett, Snohomish County (WA02)

  1. As I said in an earlier comment, welcome to Washington! This is my home state and I shall avidly be following the posts about your travels. We have some really nice county court houses for you to discover, and if I can be of any assistance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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