Please join us Sunday mornings at 9am on TVW and travel through some of Washington’s most iconic and interesting places.
Meet Ralph Munro
My Favorite Places host Ralph Munro was elected Washington’s 13th Secretary of State in 1980 and served five terms. Secretary Munro was born in 1943 in Seattle, Washington, and spent his childhood on Bainbridge Island. He attended Western Washington University and received his B.A. in Education and Political Science. Governor Dan Evans appointed him in 1969 as the State’s first volunteer coordinator. He currently resides on Triple Creek Farm in Thurston County and remains active in election reform and international trade issues.(sos.wa.gov)
Join former Secretary of State and revered storyteller Ralph Munro as he relates the fascinating accounts of some of Washington’s most scenic and historic locales in My Favorite Places with Ralph Munro. From wildlife reserves to historic homes, churches, and graveyards, Ralph will guide you through some of Washington’s most iconic and interesting sites while sharing why each makes his list of My Favorite Places.
- Ralph Munro, Host
- Michael Peters, Producer/Videographer
- David McGimpsey, Editor/Videographer
- Patrick Maxwell, Editor/Videographer
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