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My brother Terry is about to become a country gentleman. He’s moving from the crowded suburbs of Federal Way, out to Graham. It’s about 40 miles south of my home in Renton, Washington, and not far from Lake Kapowsin. The last five years have been really tough one's for my brother. He lost his wif...
Moctezuma’s Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar is a real family affair. Their first location opened in South Tacoma way back in 1978 by founder Arturo Garcia. Arturo had recently arrived from Mexico and had a passion to share the food he loved with America. I first became acquainted with the rest...
I’m headed into the city this morning for appointments and I love this view of downtown as you enter the International District from North Beacon Hill over the Jose Rizal Memorial Bridge. To the left in the skyline cluster is Seattle’s oldest skyscraper, the Smith Tower. Built in 1914, the 38 sto...
I like Gary Vaynerchuk. And I credit the title of this post to him. It’s a line of conversation he uses in his talks and presentations to make a very valid and poignant point about social media. Like him, I too have been asked (and/or confronted with) the great ROI question. I have a lot of respe...
GO HAWKS! I was at the Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood last Thursday (1/29/2015) for a #mobilecomcamp rehearsal when I saw this 2013 Seahawks autographed football helmet outside Mill Creek Sports. I'm thinking if the Seattle Seahawks win the Super Bowl this afternoon against the New England Patriot...
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...