Mariners Caravan kicks off in Lacey!

By Washington, Our Home|January 7, 2014|Family, Seattle Mariners, Sports Teams|0 comments

The 2014 Seattle Mariners Caravan will hit the road on Tuesday, January 7th, visiting communities across the Pacific Northwest to increase excitement for the upcoming season. Select members of the 2014 Seattle Mariners will visit elementary schools and Boys & Girls Clubs to deliver the DREAM Team message and host complimentary autograph and photo sessions for the public. The Mariner Moose and members of the Mariners broadcast team will also

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Around the state in 48 hours: Part 1

By Washington, Our Home|September 5, 2013|Central Washington, Eastern Washington, General, History, Restaurants, State Parks, Western Washington|1 comments

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 and back to Olympia in two days. The itinerary I had laid out with Google Maps said it was a cinch and I’m the guy who enjoys driving around this beautiful state we call home. Well, I proved to everyone

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Easy week in eastern Washington, Part 1: The roads less traveled

By Washington, Our Home|June 26, 2012|Central Washington, Eastern Washington, Family, Fishing, Recreation, State Parks|0 comments

My father, Walt Ebel, and I began our second annual trip to the Colville Indian Reservation on a Monday in early June. Dad’s been doing this for decades; he visits his best friend, Lyn, and they spend a week on Twin Lakes at Hartman’s Log Cabin Resort near Inchelium. Last year I decided to finally accept their invitation and had such a good time I wanted to make it an

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Family reunion in Moses Lake

By Washington, Our Home|August 2, 2011|General|0 comments

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 perfect spot for such an event. After last year’s reunion in Packwood – which many family members couldn’t attend due to distance – I worked with a few cousins to make sure we had it in more of a centrally

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