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I was in Federal Way Wednesday morning shooting some video at our branch and having a great deal of fun. It was all about the #SEAHAWKS today! We were creating a 'team spirit' funny video, then off to our Kent Branch, just across the valley. So arriving in Kent (long story short) this gal in her ...
‘The Long Look’  is a life sized bronze deer sculpture created by Brad Rude. It’s located in the Centennial Viewpoint Park up on top of West Hill in Auburn, Washington and gazes southeast over the Auburn Valley at Mount Rainier. It was originally cast in 1992, but fell victim to vandals two years...
So great to see long time friends this past Friday morning for the 2nd South Puget Sound Activerain Meetup... I've known everyone in the group for 10+ years now. How'd that happen? It's so fun to gather around a table over a great breakfast and catch up on life, business, the market, blogging, so...
Two to beam up... Westfield Southcenter.
Spitting Frogs and other musings for 2015... It’s about a year ago now that I started yet another round of rethinking real estate prospecting (i.e. FARMing) via industry parlance. I threw everything I knew about it out the window for the umpteenth time and started over from scratch. You might ask...
The week is shaping up! I'm so looking forward to two events this week! This Thursday, January 22nd, 2015, I'll be co-hosting the Seattle Meetup with Charles Buell at one of our favorite haunts, the 14 Carrot Cafe, 2305 Eastlake Ave E. at 8:00 am... And... Friday, January 23rd, 2015 with Paul Hen...
Over the years I’ve heard so many renditions of this song, “Mr. Bojangles”, by Jerry Jeff Walker. The story is Jerry got the idea when he was in jail in New Orleans for intoxication in 1965. While there he met a guy who called himself “Mr. Bojangles” so the authorities wouldn’t know his true iden...
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