Monthly Archives: May 2009

This year’s shearing events: Volunteers needed

With our business partner, Tim, recovering from his final chemo treatment and battle with cancer, we find ourselves a bit shorthanded with this year’s shearing festivities.  But, that only gives us a reason to through a party!  Tim will be … Continue reading

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The Season Opens…but officially we aren’t :(

Ah, the trials and tribulations of starting a small business in America these days.  It is virtually an impossibility.  On the one hand we hear how small business is the backbone of our economy, so you would think that there … Continue reading

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Spring engine is on full throttle out in the mountain meadows

Tucked up in the Pacific Northwest on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains, the Puget Sound and its lowlands are nestled in a marine climate. That’s where you’ll find the metropolis which is uniquely Seattle.  Coffee, creativity, style and … Continue reading

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