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[S1E6] There's No Place Like Homecoming

I was born and raised in a small town. For the first seventeen years of my life I lived in Yakima, Washington. My husband Wayne spent his youth in Colville, Washington, whose claim to fame was that the city had the only stoplight in the entire county. We chose to raise our family in Port Orchard, Washington, with a population of 3,000. That number has nearly tripled in the last twenty years. When I decided to write a new series, I chose to place Cedar Cove in Port Orchard. First off, there's no place more beautiful than the Puget Sound area when the sun shines. What the song says is true: The bluest skies you've ever seen are in Seattle. In addition, Port Orchard (Cedar Cove) is the quintessential Puget Sound community, highlighting life in a small town at its best.

[S1E6] There's No Place Like Homecoming

The best part of this episode of Homecoming? Learning that the complaint Thomas is investigating is one that Gloria placed to the Department of Defense. She left a message saying that Walter is being held at Homecoming against his will and that he needs to come home ASAP. We see her complaint print out at the office but with it a dozen others that likely caused the delay in Thomas finding it years later. 041b061a72


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