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Clamoring for Calmer, Cheaper, Greener Pastures, Fed-up Seattleites Are Moving to Bellingham

On a brilliant, sun-dazzled morning, Fairhaven, a compact and charmingly quirky Bellingham neighborhood, is coming to life. Everything looks fresh and clean, as if newly painted: the air, the buttery light, and the deep blue bay waters just a few sloping blocks away, where a ferry is being readied to haul backpack-toting travelers to Alaska. Read full article here: Clamoring for Calmer, Cheaper, GreenerĀ Pastures, Fed-Up SeattleitesĀ Are Moving to Bellingham

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