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I was in the Triangle District on St Helens Ave, in Tacoma last week. I love this little neighborhood just north of downtown Tacoma. I had a meeting in the morning with my pals and coworkers Chanel Studebaker and Kim Thompson Schildt at the Amocat Cafe. My first time here and it was love at first...
When the news came out that the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) was going to lay off air traffic controllers and eliminate funds for local airport towers including our Renton Municipal Clayton Scott Airport, I was agast. My thoughts went straight to a phrase my Grandpa George would say on o...
Let it Rain! And this morning that couldn’t have been more appropriate because after all it is Seattle, it is spring time, and indeed the Seattle wind was a blowing and the rain was really coming down. I headed out extra early so I could meet Charlie at the 14 Carrot Café in Eastlake before 8:00 ...
I was out and about the other day with my coworker Cathi Mahan calling on a few of her clients in Pierce County. It’s just about lunch time and we’re headed for Spanaway, an unincorporated area in south Tacoma tucked in the northeast corner adjacent to Joint Base Lewis-McChord. It was suggested w...
Hey you Seattle area Activerainers! It's Spring Time and you know what that means.... It's Meet Up Time! It's time to see your face! Join Charlie Buell, inspector & blogger extraordinaire, and me, your hyper-local street side social media evangelist on Wednesday, April 10th, at 8:00 am, at the 14...
My 2nd day this week in the South Sound... I'm here for meetings in Tacoma and Fife with my friend and coworker Cathi Mahan. Our first meeting was up on 6th Avenue at the top of the hill near the Narrows Bridge. You know me, not one to miss a photo opp, let's take a quick spin down the hill to Ti...
It’s funny seeing how a once small town like Renton changes character and its personality morphs over the years. Renton for many years was considered a blue collar town. When my Grandparents came here in the early 1900's almost everyone worked in the coalmines, timber, the brick factory, or farme...

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