Before: The simple life. In Chimacum, on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula, there are probably more dairy cows than humans. It is a place where it's common to see a 1972 Ford F-100 hard at work, way past its expiration date. Where those who own a patch of ground extend their hospitality to friends to park a trailer/bus/boat and live a while until they find a job/squeeze/studio space. Where the pie is from scratch and serving bad coffee is a sin. In Chimacum, not everyone bothers to replace their missing teeth, and that is perfectly acceptable. It is also the place …
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