Flurry of protest on May 1st! Four new and intriguing restaurants opening in Seattle this month! Debut of warthogs (animals, not a band) at the Woodland Park Zoo! Opening Day of the Boating Season! 17th of May Festival and Parade in Ballard! Rhododendron Festival in Port Townsend! 49ers Days in Winthrop, and the Balloon Stampede […]
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If you are thinking about moving to Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, Issaquah, Sammamish, or another of the highly rated Eastside communities, this pocketful of Kids Activities is offered in a spirit of showing, not telling, you what’s fun and available in an area that I personally believe to be one of the best places to raise […]
Danger is local art, jewelry and furniture. It might be a small space, but I felt capable of getting lost in it for hours. It has so many facinating items of art and design tucked away all though it that it might take hours to completely explore. From mid century modern furniture to eclectic […]
Going to Bainbridge Island on the ferry from Seattle is one of the things on my Repeat Bucket List. You know, the things that make you so happy that you’d rather do them again than climb Mt. Everest after all? Or what was it, raft down the Amazon? To prepare for your trip to Bainbridge […]
Horse Property with Barn, 5.5 Acres, and Remodeled Home Here’s your weekend 5+ acre property to keep your horses within an hour’s drive of Seattle. The three bedroom manufactured home in Graham has been thoroughly remodeled with new windows, paint, new carpet, new interior doors, new kitchen appliances, new light fixtures, and more. Even the […]
Aberdeen as a Retirement Community A client from Southern California recently inquired about some houses in Aberdeen. She was looking to retire somewhere in Washington state, but wasn’t too familiar with our retirement communities. Sequim, Moses Lake, Bellingham, and Olympia are probably better known as retirement destinations for Seattle area residents. Sequim and Moses Lake […]
Holiday Things to do in Seattle 2011 Holidays in Seattle are packed with fun festivals and events, and memorable experiences. The cold weather doesn’t slow us one bit during the holidays. There are many things to do in Seattle for people of all ages so there is absolutely no reason to stay home!
There could not have been a better day for our Corn Patch adventure in Snohomish. The maze seemed to go on for ever, the patch full of pumpkins to choose from was wide and there were red wagons to pull over the ruts and between the rows. We loaded up with four pumpkins including a […]
This lovely Skagit River House on the south bank of the Skagit River near Concrete, Washington would make a great second home for Seattle residents. Concrete is reached via highways I-5 and 20 in less that 2 hours and serves as the gateway to the North Cascades. This house is built for entertaining with its […]
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