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Where to Donate in Oak Harbor

                                Does anyone else breathe a huge sigh of relief when you’ve purged your home off all the extra stuff that has been cluttering up your house? It’s that time of the year again, Spring cleaning season is here! It […]

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Ebey's landing, Windermere, Clouds, Blue Water, Bluff

Ebey’s Reserve:

A historical living landscape  You may have heard of, or even spent an afternoon hiking the bluff on Ebey’s Reserve. It’s spectacular landscape, and unparalleled views of Admiralty Inlet and the Olympic mountains are a treat for the eyes and refreshing to the soul. But, while you are busy soaking it all in, you may […]

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Tulip Fields Skagit Valley Washington

Skagit Day Trip

Skagit Day Trip Finally, after what has seemed like the never-ending winter, spring has made an appearance! The sun is shining, the air is cool and crisp, birds are singing, and we are eagerly waiting for the first opportunity to get out and explore. If you haven’t started planning already, we have a great day […]

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Don't forget to set up utilities, Water Faucet, Utilities, Buying a Home, Whidbey Island

Don’t Forget to Set up Utilities Before Closing

Set Up Utilities Before Closing Everyone likes to have running water, electricity and garbage service when you move into your new home. If you’re under contract to buy a home and it’s about a week before closing… Now is the time to start calling all the utility companies you need to set up accounts with […]

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Dining Table Annie Cash Listing

Before & After – The Importance of Staging

Before & After – The Importance of Staging By: Annie Cash Home Tips You love your home and all your stuff. You should, you live there. But what about when it’s time to move, and more importantly, sell? You want your home to appeal to buyers in a way that they could envision themselves living […]

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Farm to table Fresh procuce

From Their Farm to Your Table

From Their Farm to Your Table   Just like most things nostalgic, many of us can recall our parents or grandparents growing something tasty in a small veggie garden. Remember those little cherry tomatoes that grow and develop into vibrant, juicy, delectable, red balls of happiness that burst in your mouth and send a tingle […]

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Simona Groves, Tree

Purchasing Vacant Land

Purchasing vacant land: Written by: Simona Groves   Ahhhh, the lovely earthy scent produced by the rain or the morning dew, the buzzing of the bees and the many of shades of green enchanting the view. Who doesn’t like to be immersed into nature and fantasize about living in it? If you are one of […]

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Flooring, Laying Laminate Flooring, Anita Johnston

How to Install Laminate Flooring

How to Install Laminate Flooring: Written by: Anita Johnston How many times have you thought “I can install laminate flooring” or “I wish I could do that?”  Flooring is one of those renovation projects that allure newbies most often.  After mastering the skill of installing your own floor it can liberate the home owner which […]

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The Salty Mug Coupeville Washington, Coffee Shop

The Salty Mug

Looking for that extra special coffee? You cannot beat this specialty salted caramel coffee drink, named “The Salty Mug” from… well The Salty Mug. Take a stroll down the Coupeville Wharf and you will come upon a beautiful red barn nestled by the waves at the end. Inside you will find a gift shop, a […]

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