Jackrabbit's Palace, another place to visit in "real Twin Peaks"  

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(@lucas_bracci)
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Snoqualmie falls, Kiana lodge, Salish Lodge, Twede's Cafe, Ronette Pulaski bridge...

You can add now another place if you are going to visit the Twin Peaks filming locations : the Jackrabbit's Palace.

Just seen this on Reddit .

The tree is in Olallie State Park, just few miles east from Snoqualmie / North Bend :

 

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Posted : 16/08/2017 7:59 am
(@lucas_bracci)
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Another one : Elk's point #9 Bar.

Smokey Joe's, Snoqualmie WA :

https://goo.gl/maps/LLq9BymTZRG2

 

 

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Posted : 16/08/2017 8:06 am
(@guy2026)
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I'm currently working on a massive Minecraft re-creation of Twin Peaks and I use google maps of real locations a lot, so if this thread were to become a place where all the new locations are shared, that would be extremely useful to me. Just sayin'.

Also, a side note, not only did I know exactly where they had shot Run Silent, Run Drapes as soon as it showed up on screen, but funnily enough I had already built it without knowing it was going to be in the series because it's right across the street from the Double R and I built that whole area as downtown.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 10:10 am
(@seattle-swede)
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The the Twin Peaks mill shown only once so far in the opening of the S3 pilot is still just a few yards away from the sheriff's station. 

 

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Posted : 16/08/2017 10:23 am
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I'd like to say to not forget the welcome to twin peaks sign. But I was just out there on Saturday and apparently the sign had to go the hospital due to being damaged. Probably some Jack wagon trying to crawl all over it. Or maybe Richard plowed that down too.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 10:54 am
(@lucas_bracci)
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I'd like to say to not forget the welcome to twin peaks sign. But I was just out there on Saturday and apparently the sign had to go the hospital due to being damaged. Probably some Jack wagon trying to crawl all over it. Or maybe Richard plowed that down too.

Same guy who posted the Jackrabbit's Palace video says that the sign was knocked down twice and was not put up again.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 11:36 am
(@cyndeewillow)
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This is why we can't have nice things. 

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Posted : 16/08/2017 11:48 am
(@ric_bissell)
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Posted by: Lucas Bracci

Snoqualmie falls, Kiana lodge, Salish Lodge, Twede's Cafe, Ronette Pulaski bridge...

You can add now another place if you are going to visit the Twin Peaks filming locations : the Jackrabbit's Palace.

Just seen this on Reddit .

The tree is in Olallie State Park, just few miles east from Snoqualmie / North Bend 

Hi Lucas,

But the crucial question is: did the filmmakers go 253 yards due east?  Maybe that's why this video ends when it does.  =:-O

It's The Blair Witch Project found footage all over again!  😉

😉

- /< /\ /> -

That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 16/08/2017 1:05 pm
(@b-randy)
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Posted by: Lucas Bracci
Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I'd like to say to not forget the welcome to twin peaks sign. But I was just out there on Saturday and apparently the sign had to go the hospital due to being damaged. Probably some Jack wagon trying to crawl all over it. Or maybe Richard plowed that down too.

Same guy who posted the Jackrabbit's Palace video says that the sign was knocked down twice and was not put up again.

Yup, my money is on Richard.  He just seems the type who would run over signs multiple times.

Don't forget the:

Preston Gas Station (currently empty and up for lease and looking nothing like it's former Big Eds self)

The Fall City Roadhouse

The train graveyard in Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie High School

And there are a few others that I just can't recollect now.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 7:03 pm
(@b-randy)
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I am the evolution of the welcome sign......doppelganger

 

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Posted : 16/08/2017 9:20 pm
(@b-randy)
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Posted by: Lucas Bracci

Another one : Elk's point #9 Bar.

Smokey Joe's, Snoqualmie WA :

https://goo.gl/maps/LLq9BymTZRG2

 

 

You must be a local.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 11:07 pm
(@seattle-swede)
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Hi Brandy,

Don't forget Ronette's bridge which is missing its rails for a long time now, of course, and someone tried to have a huge marshmallow roast on it a few years back...as if you could actually burn it down.  Sheesh.  Still standing strong.  

Mo's Motors/corner where Richard runs down little kid/Mike confronts Leland and Laura.

Sheriff's station.

Horne's Department Store on 2nd Ave. in Seattle.

James motorcycle ride out of town with the visible "Snoqualmie" sign behind him. (I love that one)

The Bookhouse!  Still there, still decrepit, er, it was last May anyway.

Hap's Diner.

And then there are all those private residences which good detectives can locate, but discretion dictates privacy should be honored **Briggs original residence, both Palmer houses, Ed & Norma's, Hayward residence (um, there were two of those also, right?), Shelly & Leo's (pilot) residence**

What am I forgetting?

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Posted : 17/08/2017 12:06 am
(@seattle-swede)
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Oh, I know. The shack-up motel in Deer Meadow where Leland goes and and receives a shock. In real life, the Mt. Si Motel.  

It's hardly changed if you can believe it.

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Posted : 17/08/2017 12:11 am
(@klynched)
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Posted by: Lucas Bracci

Snoqualmie falls, Kiana lodge, Salish Lodge, Twede's Cafe, Ronette Pulaski bridge...

You can add now another place if you are going to visit the Twin Peaks filming locations : the Jackrabbit's Palace.

Just seen this on Reddit .

The tree is in Olallie State Park, just few miles east from Snoqualmie / North Bend :

 

How amazing to have spotted that specific tree stump in the middle of nowhere. Very probably not actually in the middle of nowhere...

A silly thing has been bugging me. Wouldn't a tree stump have rotted over a period of more than 25 years? Maybe it wouldn't in the PNW climate but it would have been long gone where I live. I know, I know, there's no point in expecting logic and all that.... 

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Posted : 17/08/2017 1:26 am
(@ro_wi_73)
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Posted by: KLynched
Posted by: Lucas Bracci

Snoqualmie falls, Kiana lodge, Salish Lodge, Twede's Cafe, Ronette Pulaski bridge...

You can add now another place if you are going to visit the Twin Peaks filming locations : the Jackrabbit's Palace.

Just seen this on Reddit .

The tree is in Olallie State Park, just few miles east from Snoqualmie / North Bend :

 

How amazing to have spotted that specific tree stump in the middle of nowhere. Very probably not actually in the middle of nowhere...

A silly thing has been bugging me. Wouldn't a tree stump have rotted over a period of more than 25 years? Maybe it wouldn't in the PNW climate but it would have been long gone where I live. I know, I know, there's no point in expecting logic and all that.... 

You ARE talking about tree stumps in Twin Peaks, you know... 😉

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Posted : 17/08/2017 12:41 pm
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