Driving 13 miles south of Davenport in Lincoln County outside of Spokane, on State Highway 28, a slight left turn puts you onto 3rd Street in Harrington, Wash. It’s the main drag.

As you enter, you’ll see no “Welcome to Harrington” sign, but on this bright and sunny morning, there’s no need for one.

You’re greeted by tidy lawns and the smell of fresh cut grass, orange and yellow tulips waving at you from small gardens in front of small houses. The welcome here is plenty clear, and plenty warm.

Harrington is a throwback town, its 401 residents attached directly or indirectly to the agricultural bounty surrounding it – about 90 percent wheat. Furrows of barley here and there and some good ground for cattle and tall grass complete the landscape.

Click here to read the full story of this small town course written by the WSGA News.