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Washington's smallest towns

Many of us will be hitting the road for the 4th of July holiday, with our travels taking us through some of Washington state's smallest towns. But if you blink, you might miss them. Here's a list of the 10 smallest towns across the state to mark on your map.

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Skykomish was founded as a railroad stop but today is mainly a stopping point on the road between Everett and Stevens Pass. The small town had just 203 people as of the 2010 census.

The Skykomish Hotel is also on the a list of "Most Endangered Places" in Washington.
Photo by Robert Ashworth/Creative Commons

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