There’s an emerald land in the Pacific Northwest where, in spring, a thousand rainbow-hued acres of tulips and daffodils line-dance in the breezes. Close by, the glacier-crowned Cascade Mountains reign in splendor, spawning boisterous rivers that plunge over misty waterfalls and drain into the Skagit and Nooksack Valleys.
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