Wheat Country

“Of course some of these towns were never much, never pretended to be much, but even these towns have their own character and flavor. Now the superhighways pass all of them by, those with wonderful stores and houses of an earlier era, and those that from the start were makeshift.”   Horton Foote

These images are representative of the life and landscape of arid central Washington State.  It includes seven towns that range in population from five-thousand down to twenty-one.  Most of which are struggling for survival.