5 wonders of Washington State 

If you’re already an Evergreen State buff, you’re probably aware that Washington was the forty-second state in the U.S. And you may even know that Lewis and Clark began their exploration of Washington in 1805. But if you’re looking to increase your Washington knowledge, here are a few things you may not know about this great state.

  1. Aptly nicknamed the Evergreen State, Washington is home to the Olympic Peninsula — and some of the rainiest forests on the globe.
  2. Washington is the only state in the country named for a United States president.
  3. The islands of Puget Sound demand the largest ferry fleet in the country.
  4. According to National Geographic, Washington’s Mt. St. Helens is one of the most active volcanoes in the U.S.
  5. Esurance now offers homeowners coverage in Washington!

Coverage around the country

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about Rachael

After studying Literature and Writing in San Diego, Rachael said farewell to her sunny hometown and left for San Francisco to revel in the fog. When she’s not writing Tweets and blogs and all manner of copy for Esurance, Rachael spends her free time hiking, enjoying the sparse sunshine at Ocean Beach, and seeking out the best reading spots in the city.