I didn't like the isolated feeling of the place, and I didn't particularly care for the weather, or lack of things to do, either.
I just moved back to Western NY (Rochester area) a few months ago after desperately trying to get out of Pullman, and hearing that the job I applied for will be based in Wenatchee/Yakima instead of the Northeast like when I initially applied really threw me for a loop.
The Yakima Mavericks are a minor league football team in the 11-team Pacific Football League.
In Wenatchee, there tends to be more Seattle transplants looking for sunshine and less traffic, so as a result the demographic is slightly older.
My plan is to check things out, but I figured people here could provide some helpful input.
I recently have received a job offer that will have me relocating to Wenatchee or Yakima. Is there a lot to do besides outdoors stuff (I really like concerts and professional sports and am not big on outdoors stuff)?Warm summers in the 80s and 90s with occasional triple digits, and winters normally in the 30s. Any more questions, don't hesitate to ask, always happy to help!Ellensburg isn't too far from Yakima (36 miles, 38 minutes by car according to Google Maps).I've lived my whole life east of the Cascades and can tell you that each has a little something to offer to you.To satisfy your concert craving, you've got the Gorge Amphitheater in George, always ranked one of the best outdoor concert venues in the country.