It’s that time of year again! Time for Spring showers to make way for Spring flowers. This weekend kicks off the Skagit County Tulip Festival, which celebrates the millions of Pacific Northwest tulips bloom! While the tulips themselves adhere to their own schedule (as dictated by Mother Nature), it looks like some of the flowers are already in bloom. Keep up-to-date here!

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Pike Place Market has been a staple on Seattle since the turn of the century – and in June 2017 opens up with the fancy new upgrades. In its early days, Pike Place Market saw farmers bring their vegetables, fruit, dairy, eggs, and meat to sell as Settle grew into a thriving metropolis. On its original, grand opening day, the market ran out of produce within minutes – and that is how Pike Place Market skyrocketed into a international attraction.

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It’s cold outside… and rainy. But that shouldn’t stop your fun! Though the rain is expected to die down by Sunday, it plans on picking back up again throughout next week – just in time to welcome Spring! So, I thought this would be a great time to bring out some updated tips for home maintenance during the raining season!

Here are some tips for completing home check ups in the rain!

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Come one, come all! Bring your family to enjoy the show! The Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show is being held this weekend at the CenturyLink Field Event Center, on March 11th & March 12th. The Seattle Kennel Club started off as the Queen City Dog Club in the 1890’s, and from there is flourished and matured into what it is today.

This event provides a prime opportunity for local breeding clubs and rescue groups to interact and educated the public about our lovely best friends. This years clubs include, the Seattle Purebreed Dog Rescue, BullsEye Dog Rescue, Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Greater Seattle, Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound, and many, many more! Some events include the agility, obedience, and rally sessions. Other events include, the herding, flyball, therapy dogs, and drill team demonstrations. Here is a compiled list of this years vendors for the show!

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Including stone on your home’s exterior adds texture and interest to your house. And with today’s engineered stone veneer options, the installation is not as expensive or invasive as it used to be. In fact, this particular task placed in the top 3 projects listed in the Cost VS Value report for the Pacific Region, with 106.7% of the project cost recouped!

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