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Lopez Island, Washington

Sally By The Sea

Sally Moore started Sally by the Sea in 2009 when she joined the Lopez Island Farmers Market. Inspired by the tea towels that she and her friends collected from their travels, Sally decided to create towels that celebrated the local Northwest flavor. More specifically, the wildlife found right outside her...

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Sally By The Sea - Green Trees Towel

$10

SKU: 6-07119

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Sally’s Green Trees Towel celebrates our record-breaking trees!  When it comes to really big trees, Washington is home to some champions.

  • Olympic National Park is home to the country’s largest Subalpine fir (~130 ft. tall), Alaska yellow-cedar ( ~126 ft. tall) and Pacific silver fir (~218 ft. tall). 
  • Wenatchee National Forest is home to a ~103 ft. tall Subalpine Larch.
  • Lake Quinault is home to a ~298 ft. tall Douglas-fir.  

Share this celebration of trees and the environmental frontline they provide.  Kitchen towels are silkscreened by hand with eco-friendly inks on 100% unbleached, renewable USA cotton. 

Lopez Island, Washington

Sally By The Sea

Sally Moore started Sally by the Sea in 2009 when she joined the Lopez Island Farmers Market. Inspired by the tea towels that she and her friends collected from their travels, Sally decided to create towels that celebrated the local Northwest flavor. More specifically, the wildlife found right outside her...

Learn More