What’s that giant onion doing at Washington’s Walla Walla Regional Airport?
Besides being a shiny distraction for those waiting for their bags at the tiny airport’s baggage carousel, the onion artwork celebrates the area’s most famous crop – Walla Walla Sweet Onions.
You’ll find a few other treats at ALW airport.
In the ticket lobby, a plexiglass case displays a impressive collection of luggage tags one couple collected during their travels.
A small alcove filled with photos and clippings tells the history and highlights of the airport, including the day in 1971 when Richard Nixon stopped by on his way to Alaska.
And once you pass by security to the waiting area at the airport’s one gate, you’ll find a machine offering complimentary coffee and a “take one/leave one” bookcase.