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Discount Seattle Hotels

Discount Seattle hotels are an ideal option for people traveling on a budget with family and children. It is located between Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Seattle is one of the affordable holiday spots in Washington. The city offers a wide range of excitement and outdoor adventures for holiday travelers. Lots of good discount hotels […]

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Plastic Surgery in Seattle – Four Choices You Shouldn’t Make

Seattle is a beautiful, green city sprawled alongside Puget Sound. Since the advent of the dot com economic sector, Seattle has been a major breeding ground for new industries and technological ventures. The fact that Microsoft is headquartered in the suburb of Redmond has made Seattle a magnet city for new tech companies and services. […]

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Sand and Water Tables Promote Fun Learning in Kids

One of the important fun tools in a day center is the sand and water table. This day care supply can provide little kids with endless hours of recreation and enjoyment. It has remained a constant sight in day care centers despite the mess that it creates because it is truly a great learning resource […]

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Critique Groups – Feedback Sessions For Authors

Do you belong to a support group for writers or speakers? Belonging to a collaborative critique group can be both and boon and a bane for authors and speakers. They are a boon because of the incredible insight you get into your work from various perspectives of others. They are a bane because you may […]

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US Bonsai Gardens to Visit

Visiting a Japanese garden is a serene experience. It beckons its visitors to leave the world behind and enjoy the beauty and splendor of nature. Bonsai are included in most Japanese gardens and enhance their uniqueness and beauty. In a Japanese garden you are encouraged to observe, listen and reflect. Visiting just one of these […]

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The Top Five NFL Stadiums

A good football stadium can make even a losing game not seem like a total loss. If you’re not a fan of one of the top teams in the NFL then at least you may be a fan who gets to watch games in one of the top stadiums the NFL has to offer. Out […]

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Your Kitsap County, WA Marriage License – 4 Easy Steps to Getting Legally Married in the West Sound

If you are being married in Kitsap County, Washington, here are four easy steps to to help you secure a marriage license and get married! How To Secure A Legal Marriage License And Get Married In Kitsap County: 1) Make A Trip To The Kitsap County Courthouse in West Sound: Grab your Sweetie and make […]

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Questions to Ask Before Deciding to Buy a Sailboat

Is sailing over the horizon more than just a dream, now with gas (and diesel) prices out of sight? Do you want to know the most essential things to look for before plunking down your cash on a cruising sailboat? Only you are looking out for your own best interests. Not a boat broker, working […]

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Did You Know That Port Townsend, WA, is Also Called the City of Dreams?

In his fascinating book “The City of Dreams”, author Peter Simpson explores the “dangers” of living in a place where all your dreams may actually become true! And if the city of Port Townsend is already magical -surrounded by the waters of the Puget Sound on three sides, sporting legendary “Tall Ships” and real Indigenous […]

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RC Pylon Racing at Sanderson Field – Excitement From the Flight Line

The Sanderson Field RC Fliers (SFRCF) hosts several sanctioned Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) pylon competitions each year. The competitions are sponsored and organized by the Pylon Racers of Puget Sound (PROPS). The events are held at Sanderson Field in Shelton, Washington, the SFRCF home field. Several members of SFRCF are dedicated RC pylon racers […]

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Doggin’ Seattle: Where To Hike With Your Dog When In The Emerald City

Development of the once-remote Seward Park on Bailey Peninsula named after Secretary of State William Seward came slowly after the property was bought in 1911. But when Lake Washington was lowered the park began to take shape into a keystone of Seattle’s park system. A paved loop in the park at 5902 Lake Washington Boulevard […]

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Saltwater Fly Fishing in Washington State

When most people think of saltwater fly fishing their minds drift to tropical climates and fish species such as tarpon and bonefish. While the Pacific Northwest lacks the hot weather and the typical saltwater gamefish, it more than makes up for it with outstanding fly fishing and spectacular scenery. I have spent some time fishing […]

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Grow Your Own Medical Herb Garden

Today everyone is concerned about health and organic food. That is why herb kits have been very popular. Some question you might ask is: If it is worth the effort to grow your own fresh herb garden? Are fresh herbs truly that much better? One alternative to find out the answer is to make it […]

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Weed Removal – How to Control Your Lawn

Weeds are notorious for ruining a lawn, and making it look less than desirable. And yet, they are one of the most difficult things to deal when it comes to lawn maintenance. But if you know how to deal with weeds like the pros, you should be able to create a lush green lawn you […]

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Recreational Properties in North Central Washington You Should Tour

Many years ago, when I first started working on the resort master plan for Bear Mountain Ranch in Chelan, Washington, we looked to the recreation-oriented projects surrounding Bend, Oregon as our models. At that time, there simply weren’t many significant recreational communities anywhere in Washington and we couldn’t help but notice the similarities that the […]

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Event Planning Tips: Your Workshop Checklist

Are you planning a training workshop or event? Content will always be the most important factor of a workshop but logistics are often overlooked during the event planning stages. This has a big impact on the comfort of your guests and overall memorability of your event. Considering the following six points will ensure your event […]

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How Water Damage Impacts Your Home

The negative effects of water damage to your Seattle home in the event of a flood or perhaps some other kind of catastrophe may be disastrous, particularly when the damage is still left without treatment for just about any period of time. Irregardless of the initial cause of the Seattle water damage, mold, fungus, and […]

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Outbound Marketing Links Versus Inbound Marketing Links

PR is an effective outbound and inbound method. Traditional outbound marketing techniques are no longer as effective when used in isolation. We are blanketed by traditional marketing in our daily lives (radio, TV, print, etc) and so we have become immune to its message. Today you need to use the hub and spoke method of […]

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La Quinta Inn and Suites For Cheap Holidays

Because of the global crisis happening around the world, people tend to stay at home rather than go for a vacation. But what if there is an important occasion that needs to be celebrated? Wouldn’t you consider having a vacation once in a while to feel free from your stressful life? Well you do not […]

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Is Facebook a Viable Business Investment For Your Time and Energy?

Social and business networking is not going anywhere. Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, LinkedIn, Biznik and other similar sites are evolving quickly to take over where blogs left off. Social media is a tool that can be used to benefit businesses that are willing to think outside the typical PR box. Facebook pages, ads, and profiles […]

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