We need volunteers with a passion for local history to fill two open positions on the Historical Commission, which provides leadership in raising awareness of Lacey’s history and preservation of local historic resources.
Happy new year, and welcome to 2015! In the spirit of new beginnings, making resolutions and so forth, I thought I would share some of the blog posts from the […]
I’m not sure if I’m happy or embarrassed about this designation, but a friend of mine forwarded me the list of the top six vote-getters for the 2014 Darwin Awards. […]
Everybody thought I was joking when I said I was taking a business trip from Olympia to Vancouver to Yakima to Spokane to Wenatchee to Everett to Bellevue to Tacoma […]
Due mostly to a long, arduous and particularly unpleasant legislative session (sessions, really, since we had three this year), I’ve been unable to blog with any consistency since late 2012. […]
You’ll now notice the “K” symbol at the bottom of our posts and pages. It’s a plugin that allows you to read the Washington, Our Home, blog on your Kindle […]
It was last Sunday night when I realized that I wanted to shave my beard. I’d been sporting it for nearly a year, since my foot surgery back in November […]
Three men married wives from different states. The first man married a woman from Kansas. He told her that she was to do the dishes and house cleaning. It took […]
Last night and this morning, my wife wanted to watch all the media coverage and specials of the 9/11 10-year anniversary. I watched alongside her and we talked about where […]
Okay, not IN Moses Lake exactly, but right on the edge of it. It was our annual Ebel-Fenton-Campbell-Zandofsky (Hankins-Schab-Sherbahn) reunion and we held it at Pier 4 Sunrise Reports, a […]
I’d been looking forward to this trip since I was about 14, I just never knew it until this year. My dad goes on a fishing trip with his friend, […]
Cabin fever on a miserably rainy day forced us to leave the house on Sunday afternoon. With no dry playgrounds in the area and no money to spend, Kelly announced […]
I took a tour of the new exhibit at the Washington State History Museum called “Icons of Washington History.” Pretty interesting tour…although it could have been a lot better. However […]
SOLD: 1 tiny town, to Bothell couple, for $360,000 By Erik Lacitis, Seattle Times staff reporter WAUCONDA, Okanogan County This town has a gas pump, a restaurant, a small store, […]
My cousin-in-law, Aaron, is a lecturer at the University of Idaho in Moscow and frequently posts pictures of his family on Picasa. In reviewing the latest set of photos, I […]
I hope to write about all the great things Washington has to offer…from it’s natural beauty to it’s storied political activity. I promise it won’t be all about politics, rather a vast array of all the great things life has to offer in the upper-left corner of the country. From our underdog sports teams to our small town way of life, I’ll hopefully be blogging on all the things that make our state the greatest in the lower 48.