Eastern Washington Expeditions
A Veteran owned and operated family business based out of Yakima County, WA.
We have been promoting Eastern Washington Tourism since 2004. On the blog part of our web page there are thousands of photos of Public Events, Overland trips, Jeep runs, Sightseeing trips, and Road trips in Eastern Washington.
Our mobile food service started in 2014. We serve food at events around Eastern Washington. The menu changes per events coordinators request.
Have the EWE Chuckwagon service food at your event. Book us and ask us about our Free event promotions & photos to share.
We try to make everyone have a great experience at places we go. Our family loves to be part of the event and dresses the part at times.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
We work hard to serve the best products we can. If you are not happy, we will try to make it right.
The Graham Family
Clay and Lisa moved to the Yakima Valley in 1998 with their son Hank. They adopted their daughter at 2 years old and then had three boys in a row.
In 2004 Clay started an online forum Eastern Washington Off Road users to share photo reports of areas to to ride and camp. Later the forum became Eastern Washington Adventures. The forum was huge and cost a lot to run. Facebook came along and people moved there leaving the forum unused for posting, so we shut it down due to the high cost.
In 2009 the Graham Family moved to where they are at in Selah. Clay got involved with Selah tourism. Then Lisa decided she wanted to make candy to sell. In November 2014 Selah Sweets was started and became a vendor. In March 2015, they opened a store called, “Selah Sweets / Selah Adventures” in downtown Selah at the old Banner Bank which is owned by Bruce Sears. They started doing holiday events in the store to give back to the community.
Summer came and they started vending under a pop-up selling Shaved Ice and handcrafted candy. In 2016 they moved up to a 1961 Chinook Trailer to vend out of. By request, they added more food and drinks to the menu. The store was not getting enough business to pay the rent. Vending picked up and the business started to make it. By the end of the summer they bought a P30 Step Van to use for vending. They closed the downtown store and became a mobile food business.
By the fall of 2019 Selah Sweets was serving mostly European Street Food by request and became Selah Sausage Food Truck.
March 2020 the COVID 19 Pandemic canceled all the events through the summer to who knows when. The summer of 2020 the company restructured operations and became Eastern Washington Expeditions. Our food service will only be offered at a few events when the Governor lets us work again. We added a new online forum to share Eastern Washington sights and things to do.