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My iPhone buzzed at me this morning while I was shaving. I looked down, it's a calendar alert to remind me this year's Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair is just around the corner! I’ve had it on my calendar for several months and I wanted to be sure I didn’t miss it. My good friend Dave Hoskin and I ...
Stuff Happens, be Prepared! The 2001 Nisqually Earthquake. I was working in the Evergreen Building on Grady Way in Renton on February 28, 2001. My coworker Bobbie and I were putting the finishing touches on our new and larger work space at Washington Title next to the back entrance. We were s...
A lot of the Pacific Northwest was first settled in the early to mid 1800’s and the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850 inspired many settlers to come here for free, then cheap land. Coal and timber would drive Washington's economy from the 1860's. Coal was discovered in Issaquah in 1862 along the Sq...
I discovered another Richard Beyer sculpture in downtown Issaquah this week. It's titled, The Linda Ruehle Bench. It's a life size tribrute of the late beloved City Clerk, Linda Ruehle, across East Sunset Way from City Hall. Rich Beyer (1925 - 2012) is probably best known for his 1979 sculpture “...
It’s a rather chilly morning compared to any other over the past several months. Fall is in the air today and I noticed this weekend the leaves beginning to turn. I’m working on a few projects from my home office and getting my things together for a couple of meetings this afternoon. Checking my ...
Friday, September 6th, I have a speaking engagement at the WVMLS (Willamette Valley Multiple Listing Service) in Salem, Oregon. They have a monthly get together called TechShare. There’s a featured guest speaker for about an hour, then everyone shares a tech tip they know or have recently learned...