Born and raised in Yakima, moved around for about 8 years and just recently moved back. Married with 3 kids and all of the responsibility that goes with it. I love being a dad, I think I know how to cook and love being back in Yakima.
I still get giddy over rainbows. After it rains and the sun shines right afterwards, I rush out to see if I can find a rainbow. These guys are enjoying the giant rainbow over their humble horizon when, suddenly, lightning strikes.
The Nob Hill Plaza Development Facebook page just announced that they have signed a new national chain restaurant that will be a first for the east side of Washington. That's all they've said. Do you have any ideas what it could be? Let's narrow down the guesses.
I'm a huge fan of Kickstarter. It's usually about someone's dream to have something and share it with the world. Sometimes it's a tangible item, sometimes it's to help fund a movie or music career and sometimes it's potato salad. It's still fun to browse through dreams to see if there are any worth your while to make a reality.
I found this project and it brought back a flood of memories. It's someone who wants to bring back the printed video game magazine and, best of all, it's exclusive to the Pacific Northwest. That's us!
After the recent earthquake in the Napa area of California, the first thought that many had was about its wine. Unfortunately, there were some wine casualties. Here are a few pictures that may bring a tear to your eye. Anyone have a mop? Or a straw?
The weekend earthquake in California got me thinking about what we would do if there were an earthquake in Yakima. We're no strangers to earthquakes, but we rarely get anyhing we can actually feel. If you look at the geology underneath us, though, it shouldn't be a big surprise that Washington state has its fair share of earthquakes.
Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, we had our fair share of a variety of agriculture. Cherries were near the top of the list of popular foods that were harvested where I grew up. Many a time was spent hand picking cherries from the tree. Then along comes this machine that does all the work for me. If only I had one of these growing up.
Every year the state fair in Texas is home of the Big Tex Choice Awards, which have people submitting their ideas for fair foods. Previous entries have included chicken-fried bacon, fried banana splits, fried bubble gum and more. Here are the entries for 2014.
This guy and his wife made this bird feeder in their garden so they could watch the birds. Unfortunately, it turned into an all-you-can-eat buffet for local squirrels. Not to be discouraged, the guy had the perfect solution -- and it turned the bird feeder into dinner and show.
I'm actually a big fan of local commercials. They usually involve a video camera and friends and family of whatever local business they're plugging. I saw this video for a shopping mall out of our town. This may take the cake for best/worst local commercial of all time.
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