I talked to someone today whose husband told her that our entire area was full of foreclosures and that they needed to wait just about a year to buy, and then they could pick up any place they wanted for next to nothing. Well, he’s totally wrong, and I remembered writing about how Washington state […]
Seriously. Sixteen cases have been confirmed in Grant County as of last Sunday, the 18th. Tonight I was able to make it home to watch the finale of American Idol (yay! the right David won!) because my meeting with a builder had been canceled. And why? The builder has the measles. Up in Grant County, […]
You can’t grow either without water, and in this land surrounded by three rivers, water isn’t always readily available where you want it, when you want it. And you’ll certainly pay to get it. In Sunday’s Tri-City Herald, they printed an interesting story about the LID (Local Improvement District) coming to Red Mountain, which is where the […]
I went with my 10-year-old son to the Mariner’s Caravan event at CBC last night. Pitchers Eric O’Flaherty and Mark Lowe answered questions and autographed everything handed to them. The Mariner Moose was there, too, in all his furry glory. Eric, who was born in Walla Walla, can remember going to events like this when he […]
About 11 out of 12 months in the year, this guy is around – but you should move here anyway. 🙂 Watch it again.
no matter where you live – every state has rules re: the tenant/landlord relationship. Check out how your state (brought to us by the hardworking folks at The Consumerist) thinks it should be. Note: I know it looks like all I do is read The Consumerist all day, but I promise, I really do sell real […]