Going on 2 inches of snow in Cascadia!

Cascadia, not Bonney Lake.

Cascadia has 'character' (s). Just tour through Cascadia on 198th Ave. East on your lucky day and bring your camera. Although the development area is not open to the public yet, there is plenty to see along the road and off the road as you enter and leave the area. Drive slow and you may see the 'ghosts of the forest', the elk or the 'lambs of the woods', the deer. Or an occasional friendly resident with a lemon nearly as big as he is. Disney World has nothing over Cascadia if you stop to smell the 'lemons'. Remember to respect Private Property and don't tresspass. You won't need to in order to enjoy your trip .

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Cody Pfeiffer says ... on Thursday, Nov 10 at 3:39 PM

I feel like Cascadia is mysterious. Underground Government Facility for emergency or scientific use. Many supporting facts.

AnnaMarie Barquest says ... on Friday, Sep 17 at 7:15 AM

Cascadia will be a huge asset to the area and will create jobs. It will be exciting to see how many jobs Cascadia will create.

Kevin Barquest says ... on Friday, Sep 17 at 7:08 AM

This mega development/city Cascadia has been a long time in the works and will dwarf Lakeland Hills on the opposite side of Bonney Lake/Lake Tapps. Kevin Barquest

Kevin Barquest says ... on Friday, Sep 17 at 7:06 AM

Cascadia will be an amazing community and will be a huge asset to the area. There will be a lot of jobs created as homes and commercial buildings are built as well as jobs at all of the businesses planning on being part of Cascadia. Eventually...

spencer says ... on Monday, Jul 6 at 7:03 PM

Hopefully cascadia draws people out of bonney lake

Danielle says ... on Tuesday, Apr 14 at 2:31 PM

Thank you Dick and Tom! Ybnsane, you're insane

Tom says ... on Monday, Apr 13 at 4:33 PM

Good luck seeing the wildlife... I agree with Dick. I used to enjoy all the forest and trails that once were there...but not anymore! Cascadia sucks!

Dick says ... on Thursday, Apr 2 at 4:00 AM

No, you won't see the ghosts of the forest. The forest got MOWED DOWN. Now with the economy, I feel the whole idea was a waste of usable recreational land that now has a 1 mile swath mowed. Check Google earth on the 'development'. Cascadia sucks!

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