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OH MY GOSH. I love Yakima with my whole heart. I <3 Yakima!!!!
June 5, 2018
I love Yakima! The Yakima valley has been my home for most of my life. The abundant sun, clean air and beauty of the valley is a gift most take for granted. Wineries, craft beer, local coffee shops, downtown and a bunch of people that are dedicated to making Yakima a better place is why I call Yakima home. I also have to give a shout out to the Together Church...we are truly blessed!
June 5, 2018
The things I love about Yakima are the things that have been here the longest. The mountains, the valleys, the crafts and culture of the Yakama Nation, the near constant sunshine and of course the smell of wild sage. Apr 11, 2016 09:58 am
December 11, 2017
Because Home Is Where Your Heart Is...And Yakima Has Been My Home. I Love Yakima!
September 25, 2017
This is a poem I wrote about Yakima after moving here in March. This is why I love Yakima - Yakima Coldness lies still, While warms creates. Stepped basalt gates, Rivers, Canals, Orchards, Vineyards,Hop fields. Friendly people with blue collar pride, All playing outside. Wow, Yakima’s great!
July 30, 2017
I love Yakima because I have grown up here and my whole family has lived here. Strong cultural backgrounds and family unity. Many people with kind caring hearts. It is beautiful and many activities to do. We want to continue living here and raising children here.
July 24, 2017
I love Yakima!
July 21, 2017
Big, beautiful, clear blue summer skies. Rolling hills lined with fruit bearing trees. The people, the culture, everything about it. I love Yakima!
July 11, 2017
I love Yakima because we are an immigrant strong community. Our farm workers have placed Yakima on the map and our city has become world-renowned for our apples and cherries. Let us never forget our community is stronger when we are inclusive and supportive of all our neighbors.
April 25, 2017
My husband LOVES Yakima. He moved here from the tri-cities as a young adult to manage a grocery store, now URM. Given a choice of Yakima or Eugene, he quickly chose Yakima for it's warm sunny weather, perfect for riding motorcycle. He quickly fell in love with the city. In the early years of our marriage I tried to convince him to move to a location with more summer, less winter, and closer water. I thought I nearly had him convinced to move to Redding, CA, but came to realize he would never move. He loves the people, the seasons, the mountains, the population size & all the locally owned businesses. I can't think of anything he doesn't love about Yakima. My husband would be honored and proud to be a part of this project. His name is Morris Mack.
April 24, 2017
what’s there to heart about yakima? let us count the ways...