Monthly Archives: February 2006

Driving Directions to the Ranch

Driving Directions to Paca Pride Guest Ranch   Google Map Link From Seattle… North on Interstate 5 approx. 28 miles to Highway 2 (Exit 194) East on Highway 2, 2.0 miles to Highway 204 — Lake Stevens (left exit) Follow … Continue reading

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Up, Up, Up and a Yurt!

 And we have achieved our first structure on the property! Well ok, it is a temporary structure, or as the state of Washington likes to refer to it "a transient non-community accomodation".  Yup, our yurt has arrived!  If you haven’t … Continue reading

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Land Progress Report: Barn Concrete In! Burn Permit is coming

Take a look through the pictures in the photo Album above for pictures: "Land Progress Report 2/22/06" So yesterday was a fun day of some action at the land.  We had the actual pour occuring for the concrete floor of … Continue reading

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Land Progress Report, 2/20/06

Be sure to check out the Photo Album for "Land Progress Report, 2/20/06"   Things are moving along with the barn and this means its a good time to get the yurt up as well.  Our strategy is to build the … Continue reading

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Seeing Seattle: the View from the top of Green Mountain

Wow!  Check out the newest photo album "View from Green Mountain, February"!    From the back driveway to our land, we connect with a back road that heads right up to the top of Green Mountain.  On a clear day, … Continue reading

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An aerial view of the land

Here’s a bird’s eye view of the land taken a few years ago in 2003.  The land was logged in 1998.    "Aerial View 1" shows the land highlighted in red.  The two round piles are burn piles of brush … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day snow

Brrr!  In a surprising change from last week’s weather, the Pacific Northwest is experiencing the race of Artic air streaming down from the north.  So, while last week I was able to hike without even wearing a jacket (it was … Continue reading

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