I was wondering, how good of a place is Wenatchee/Yakima to live as single white male in his mid 20s? Most importantly, how similar is Wenatchee/Yakima to Pullman?
I used to go to grad school at WSU and absolutely hated living in Pullman (to the point where I became depressed).
The Erratics Chapter meets the second Tuesday of every other month (beginning with the second month of the year) at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, 127 S. 27, 2019 at Ritz Theater, 107 E Main Ave, Ritzville, WA Field trip: September 28, 2019 – Loading at am.
For more information about the chapter contact: Brent Cunderla by e-mail or at (509) 662-4419.
So really in the long run, Yakima would be your best bet for "things to do," especially knowing that you aren't as big on outdoorsy activities.
Lots of the players come from big D-I schools across the country.My plan is to check things out, but I figured people here could provide some helpful input.The offer is fairly good, which is making this a tough decision for me, so thank you in advance for any input on Wenatchee/Yakima.So the chance to meet singles there is probably not as great, but with it being a fairly touristy town, the bar scene is pretty solid with lots of options.
While Yakima isn't a "hotspot" per se, you'll probably have better luck meeting singles your age because of the younger demographic.
The Yakima Mavericks are a minor league football team in the 11-team Pacific Football League.