Trophy bass are nothing unusual to the licensed fishing guides at Mountain River Outfitters. Armed with more than 15 years of experience, they lead trips through local waters—including the Salmon and Snake Rivers—in search of prize catches such as bass, salmon, steelhead, and sturgeon. Mountain River Outfitters also has expert guides that lead whitewater-rafting trips, horseback rides, and camping and hiking trips in local canyons and mountains.
Becky's Fabrics & Bernina simplifies the sewing process, teaching visitors how to craft clothes and accessories using Swiss-made Bernina sewing software and machines. The shop also supplies all the necessary fabrics, needles, and patterns to cook up a new dress or piece together a sentimental quilt made from your favorite old yogurt lids. Those looking to brush up their skills can turn to Becky's expansive schedule of classes, which includes everything from adding pleats and ruffles with a Bernina machine to stitching together a patchwork scarf.
Designed by veteran West Coast golf-course architect John Harbottle III, the 7,308-yard course of Palouse Ridge Golf Club—which is also home to Washington State University's golf club—stretches across Pullman's rolling hills. The course emulates the design of classic Scottish courses, which favor making use of the terrain's natural features instead of building full-scale replicas of the Grand Canyon between each hole. With the peaks of Idaho and Oregon as a backdrop, visitors send golf balls meandering around sand and water traps, past native prairie, and over elevated tees. On the par 5 fifth hole, they must cross the wide strip of wetlands that guards the high fairway to the left of the green, and the fiendish Hole 11 demands they execute a precise tee shot that accounts for the typical prevailing crosswind. After a round, the scent of tender steaks and Pacific Northwest microbrew beers lures golfers to the British colonial-themed steak house.
Whimsical, romantic, and magical describe the delights that await you within Romanza. From beautiful jewelry to delicious wine, your treasure hunt is over for that elusive gift or that treasure for your home. A feast for your eyes and your soul. Romanza features items that fulfill longings you didn't know you have.
The Pottery Shed is a spacious, comfortable shed where friends and family can create imagery that's wildly innovative, beautiful, or commemorates the ancient Athenian victory at Marathon onto pottery ready to be filled with flowers, pencils, or wishes. Start by selecting any vase ($27 on average), mug ($16), plate ($13), or unexpected pottery discovery from The Pottery Shed's collection of finely crafted artifacts. After sketching a design and picking out paint colors, direct your brush in tune with your dreams, letting your creative juices flow wildly onto the dinnerware of your choosing and spill onto the floor that is thoughtfully provided. Once you're finished, The Pottery Shed glazes and fires your piece in a kiln.
An FTD florist, Chet's Flowers delivers a wide selection of bouquets, floral arrangements, and FTD branded products backed by a 100% guarantee. Customers can make fancy dress fancier with the shop's elegant collection of corsages and boutonnieres or commemorate a friend's second-annual 39th birthday with a celebratory bundle of blooms. Those feeling unsure about their selection's appropriateness can also find help with the shop's online flower guide, which divulges the origins, histories, and symbolism of various flora and highlights the sentiments associated with certain colors.