A worm farm could be the next big business plan to boost Spokane’s economy. But so could a community farm on more than 400 acres and an online closet of secondhand clothes. A dozen entrepreneurs competitively pitched their plans to build a profitable, and socially and environmentally responsible, business at Saturday’s Spokane New Economy Summit.
We drove right into a dust storm of sorts. Not quite a haboob, but enough dust and wind to merit a thorough lens cleaning this week.
We stopped at a rest area along I-90 to walk around and get some extra steps into our FitBit. I geared up in a hat and big jacket to block the wind.
To get the shot I wanted of an irrigation structure disappearing into the dust, I had to jump one unfortunate obstacle and cross a random road next to a field.
Mike shot the above photo from behind. He captioned it perfectly: “…And @blushresponse was never heard from again.”
Unfortunately for him, I returned with the above photo.