Washington State Trivia
Atop Mount Rainier
- Name the first highest volcanoes in Washington.
- Washington is home of the world’s largest building. Where is it and what is it for?
- Washington is home to the westernmost point in the lower 48 states. What is it called?
- King County, where Seattle resides was originally named for whom?
- In 1986, King County was redesignated to be named after whom?
- Washington is home to the world’s largest floating bridge. What body of water does it lay on?
- The Twilight series of books took place in which Washington municipality?
- Which two rivers form part of the state boundaries of Washington?
- The largest electrical power plant in the United States is in Washington. What is the name of it?
- An Officer and a Gentleman was shot at which Washington naval base?
- What line of latitude forms the land border between Washington and Canada?
- Which is further north, Bellingham Washington or Victoria, British Columbia?
- Which are Washington’s five largest cities, in order?
- What part of Washington is an exclave, requiring travel to Canada to reach?
- The television show Northern Exposure was filmed where?
- What Washington volcano erupted in 1980?
- How many people were killed in the eruption?
- Microsoft is headquartered where in Washington?
- What is the most contaminated nuclear waste site in the US?
- Where is the original Starbucks?
Spinning a book at the University of Washington library.
Communist book store, Seattle
- Mount Ranier, Mount Adams, Mount Baker, Mount St. Helens, and Glacier Peak.
- Everett – The Boeing Factory.
- Cape Flattery.
- William R. King, vice president under Franklin Pierce.
- Martin Luther King jr. The namesake was changed in large part because William King was a slaveowner.
- Lake Washington.
- Columbia and Snake.
- Grand Coulee dam.
- Fort Worden in Port Townsend.
- Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, and Bellevue.
- Point Roberts.
- Rosyln, WA.
- Mount Saint Helens?
- Hanover Nuclear Reservation.
- Pike Street market in Seattle, at 1912 Pike Street.
Pike Street Market, Seattle.
University of Washington 50-yard line.
Seattle Seahawks stadium.
Chewing gum wall at Pike Street Market.
Atop Mount Adams.
Atop Mount Baker. I sadly recently lost that green jacket.
Does this look familiar?
Did I ever mention I’m a HUGE Northern Exposure fan!