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Catch my interview with the owner of local bath, body, beauty, and more product maker, Running Wild Spirit of Maltby in this Exclusive Content Feature!
Discover the town of Skykomish, including local businesses and recreation, in this months exclusive Beyond our Borders feature!
Making local choices is an opportunity for creativity. You read right, creativity! Curious about how, then catch this exclusive editorial feature ….
Explore local blueberry farm Hazel Blue Acres and learn more about their amazing products and U-Pick fun in this September issue exclusive. You can also find them online at www.hazelblueacres.com and on Facebook/Instagram.
Summer is all about that beef and there nothing better than grass fed. We got the chance to hang out with the amazing family and cattle behind Snohomish Hay + Cattle (my fave Instagram account), and yes we took home some of their delicious beef. Find their story up now on our website, and get your beef at www.snohomishhayandcattle.com and Snohomish Co-Op
We now have a monthly feature called Beyond Our Borders, highlighting the local strong towns and businesses around us. Kicking it all off is the town of Concrete, located just North of Arlington/Darrington. Join us as we take in its history, beauty, and local businesses like 5b’s Bakery and Cascade Burgers.
When it comes to atmosphere and cocktails, 190 Sunset in Edmonds can’t be beat, and I for one am happy that we finally got the chance to give it a try! You can find my review in this article, as well as photos of all of the goodies we tried. For more info and to check out their menu, head over to https://www.190sunset.com/. Don’t forget to follow along with them on social media as well.
If you love hiking, then you have to follow the Cascade Hiker Podcast! Not only does Rudy introduce you to some pretty awesome trails and the people that hike them, but to important information and products that every hiker should know about. Catch episodes and resources at www.cascadehikerpodcast.com and be sure to follow along with him on Facebook and Instagram.
Summer time = time to hit the water, and the best way to do that is on a raft or kayak with Adventure Cascades. Catch our experiences doing both, and my interview with owner Brian, in this exclusive article and don’t forget to stop by www.adventurecascades.com to book your trip!
Find out more about the glass straw movement, how it helps our environment, and more about the Granite Falls company who makes them.
The Country Village Shops in Bothell have long been a fixture in the local business community of Snohomish County. Find out more about the shops, when they will be closed for good, and who as moved on where.
Arlington Hardware isn’t your average hardware store. Not only has it been around since the city became a city, it now offers clothing, housewares, and more in one of the coolest old buildings in the county.
Chanterelle of Edmonds is not only one of my favorite restaurants, but one of the oldest ones in the city. Find out what I think in this review of each and every meal they have to offer, not to mention drinks and desserts.
Find out more about what the City of Marysville and its awesome mayor (he shops local) are doing to help support local businesses and the historic areas in the city. Includes info about local businesses to try.
The Chic Boatique has made the big move from Bothell to 1st Street in Snohomish, and I for one couldn’t be happier. It means Jenn and her awesome clothing, jewelry, and more is that much closer. Catch my review of this local shop in this article.
Find out more about the community of Maltby, including mini reviews of the local businesses and restaurant options available there.
Lather & Salt may be the smallest shop in Snohomish (it is tiny), but what it lacks in size it makes up for in amazing locally made soaps, bath products, and more. It is my new favorite soap!
Learn the story behind Original Pilot House Coffees of Monroe, as well as its owner Jeff Rousey. He is both an amazing and inspirational individual. You can find Original Pilot House Coffees at 408 W Main St, Monroe, WA 98272 and online at http://www.ophc.biz/.