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This 16 mile side trip travels out to the historic Thorp Grist Mill.

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The town was founded by F. Mortimer Thorp in 1885 and was platted as a town site on July 13, 1895. The name was chosen by the Northern Pacific Railway to honor Milford A. Thorpe, a member of this well-known pioneer family. Thorp Grist Mill a well-preserved mill, constructed in 1883 to serve the community of Thorp as it developed within the floodplain of the Yakima River, is now home...

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