Originally Posted by sillybizz
Doing a little research I see that Western Washington has almost 6 million people compared to Eastern Washington and its 1.5 million. Also Eastern Washington has double the amount of land compared to Western Washington. Just judging my these numbers, you're going to have to do some traveling if you live over there.
So, is what you are saying is that the east should travel 4 times for every once the west does?
I did a little research and found out some interesting facts.
67 people qualified for the WSS in 2010 and that 12 of them were from the east side.
59 people qualified for the INWS in 2010 and that 7 of them were from the west side.
This looks like both sides of the state are about equal when it comes down to hard core, gotta play, can't miss this one competitors
Looking at it this way one might consider a more equal distribution concerning travel.