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We’ve certainly had our share of losses in the Activerain community of late and though I never personally met Lee Rome, Clint McKie, or William J. Archambault Jr. I felt the pang of their loss. In contemporary terms, being connected took on a new depth of meaning. Earlier this week I talked to my...
Renton Farmers Market 2014 On the Piazza, Tuesdays, June through September from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm The season I live for all year is finally here! It's Spring going on Summer and next Tuesday, June 3, 2014 is the 14th season of the Renton Farmers Market. Over the years I’ve come to anticipate thi...
The Lupines are in Bloom! Weyerhaeuser Corporate Campus, Federal Way, Washington. About 30 minutes south of Seattle and 15 minutes north of downtown Tacoma lies Federal Way, Washington. The city incorporated in 1990, but its namesake goes back to 1929 when Federal Highway U.S. 99 was under constr...
Kisses for Jimi... I had the good fortune to see Jimi Hendrix perform live four times. The first was at the Eagles Auditorium in Seattle in 1967, then two times at the Seattle Center Coliseum in 1968 and 69, and finally at Sicks Stadium (in the rain) on July 26, 1970. The Jimi Hendrix Memorial is...
This morning I walk among headstones in the quiet field. At first I noticed the perfect patterns row after row. Then my thoughts were hushed, my heart moved. Freedom indeed, is not free. I gaze over marker after marker after marker and I can’t help but factor survivors and the fallen... born 1899...
I fell in love with this great big beautiful colonial home the moment I saw her! One of the things I really love about my job is taking time to go to open houses. A while back I was with two of my good Pierce County friends and coworkers, Kim Schildt and Leslie Shea. We were headed across town an...
The Arctic Club building in Seattle was built in 1916. It's now a Double Tree by Hilton Hotel. I worked on the 2nd floor for Northwestern Title Company from 1984 to 1990 when the building was owned by the City of Seattle. It's a beautiful old building and I love the Northern Lights Dome Room. Thi...
Our Local Icons... No matter where you live, your location, your community, your home, it has its icons. Some point to dreams and promises of the future, others respond to honor the past, its legacy, its heritage. Regardless, all conjure, or try to, a sense of belonging. Some icons just happen ov...
As the years pass I can’t help but chuckle to myself when I think of Mom. At a stretch, she was just 5 feet tall and it still seems amazing to me what a ball of fire she was. Mom loved live theater, art, happy hour, and going out on Friday or Saturday with friends to nightclubs to enjoy the local...
Seattle’s Mount Baker Neighborhood I love old homes and the old neighborhoods of Seattle, especially those close to downtown. Driving through Mount Baker the other day I was enjoying the views and the quiet streets. The video (a little shaky, my apologize) is southbound on Cascadia Ave S. As you ...

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