Washington Purple Route 90

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Washington Purple Route 90

  1. 1. WashingtonTravel Day 1
  2. 2. LocationRelative: The relative location of Washington is north of Oregon, west of Idaho, east of the Pacific Ocean, and south of Canada.Absolute: The absolute location for Seattle Washington is 48 degrees north and 122 degrees west.
  3. 3. RegionsArea codes: The area codes for Washington are 206, 253, 360, 425, 509.Zip codes: The zip codes for Washington are 98101, 98102, 98103, 98104, 98105.Region: Washington is in the pacific northwest region.
  4. 4. PlaceLandmarks: Some landmarks in Washington are Mt. Rainer and Mt.Saint Helen.Landforms: Some landforms in Washington are Olympic National Forest and San Juan Island National Park.Tradition: The northwest flower and garden show are traditions in Washington.Climate: The average climate in Washington is 40-51 degrees in the winter. Mild and humid in the summer. They also have long lasting drizzles.
  5. 5. MovementTransportation: In Washington most people take either trains, buses, or cars. Some cars and buses drive on interstates 90 and 5.Exports: The main exports in Washington are soybeans, wheat, corn, oil, silicon, apples, and potatoes.Agriculture: Farmers in Washington produce over 300 crops each year. It is the most productive growing region in the world.
  6. 6. Human/Environment InteractionAdapt: In Washington people adapt to the l rain and floods they get by building their houses on stilts.Modify: Washington modified their land by building the George Washington Memorial Bridge and building the Horn Rapids Dam.Depend: They depend on Lake Wenatchee for year round recreation and drinking water. Also the fields to grow soy beans, wheat, and corn their exports.

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