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Known for its big lots which can vary from .25/acre to some just shy of an acre, these larger lots are attracting a growing community of persons wanting to garden, have urban farms (chickens, hobby farms, small orchards, even horses) or just some extra room between their neighbors.
It must be October because this past weekend, 10/1 and 10/2 and next weekend, 10/8 and 10/9, is the annual Whatcom Artist Studio Tour. Over 50 artists presenting their art, their studios and how they create. Some offering live demonstrations. Art from every medium: painting,woodworking, sculpture, photography, jewelry, furniture design, sugar….
A quaint and rustic setting with FABULOUS feeds, not your typical soup and sandwich menu and mmm,mmm good baked goods; fresh blueberry muffins, fresh blackberry scones, delicious and unique wraps such as the Spud Fiesta to quiche to Galette, yes, galette. All baked right here in their own kitchen, no commissary, no outside foods brought in to be served, all made on the premises.
A community oriented neighborhood comprised of Victorian Classics ( homes built in late 1800′s to early 1900′s), remodels, and bungalows with average home prices in the upper 200′s to mid-300 price range.
These are beautiful times in Bellingham. Autumn. A patchwork of color all around, cool breezes, blustery storms, rainy days, foggy mornings. And so it was on this foggy, balmy morning that I ventured out for my routine walk. One of the many great aspects of Bellingham are the assortment of trails that one can hike. [...]
Winding south along Bellingham Bay, traveling between Fairhaven and Burlington is Chuckanut Drive. A two-lane road lined with thick, lustrous forest of old growth cedar, maple, and the beautiful Madrone,to mention a few, plus hiking trails, a State Park and,of course, stunning Bellingham Bay views and views of the San Juan Islands. This is truly a [...]