Summer to Autumn at the Northern Pacific Center
As soon as the first leaf changes color, many Autumn traits start to form on the NPC campus. Morning frost on the wildflower field, leaves changing to colors of red, orange and yellow, and the crisp, chilly autumn air barreling through the historic buildings. These are all signs that fall is upon us!
Raspberry lemonade turns to pumpkin spiced lattes at Loco Espress and cold ice cream scoops turn into warm, fresh popped popcorn at Goody’s Gourmet Treats, a new candy and ice cream shop that has joined the District!
Our favorite season to capture through photographs on the NPC campus is Autumn. One of our most popular spots is the ivy wall on the North end of Building #2. The ivy turns from a bright, summery green to beautiful tones of reds and oranges. If you find yourself in the area, take a drive through and see all these beautiful changes for yourself!