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This public blog contains commentary as well as factual information regarding the real estate industry and other organizations and businesses that have some relationship with housing or residential land.
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Yesterday afternoon my friend and I braved steady, pouring rain to walk three blocks away from Tarrant's Cafe (where we had just eaten a delicious lunch) over to 1708 Gallery at 319 W. Broad Street in Richmond Virginia.  Today has been very sunny.  However, yesterday was much a different story! A...
12/15/2013
Are you looking for shopping with excitement and meaning that likely will impress your friends and family for the holidays?  While stopping by Cary Court, a historic section of Carytown in Richmond Virginia, I also encourage you to come visit Janet Brown Interiors.  The shop now has been at the s...
12/12/2013
Last Friday and Saturday, I participated in a two-day art class at Crossroads Art Center in Richmond, VA.  We studied and copied styles of four renowned artists:  Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, David A. Leffel, Nell Blaine and Andrew Wyeth.   Often considered as one of the most talented artists residing ...
12/09/2013
Back during the Persian Gulf War, I was stationed in tropical Guam on a U.S. Navy military base and was there for two years.  Our mission was to support the Naval fleet from information gathering techniques.  Honestly, that's about all that I can divulge about my military duties even now.  I just...
12/08/2013
This morning a group of three of us had our Richmond Virginia ActiveRain Meetup at Capital Coffee & Desserts.  All three of us met in person for the first time and discussed our marketing ideas and blogs for one hour.   It happened to be the first AR Meetup that any of us there knew about for our...
12/05/2013
As a member of the Falls of the James Group (FoJG) of the Sierra Club Virginia Chapter, I met a lot of other nature lovers and gardeners this morning working to help the Chesapeake Bay Foundation plant trees at Bryan Park in Richmond, VA.  It was a very worthwhile experience for me, and it was a ...
12/03/2013
When there's a choice between attending a Tuesday morning sales meeting or volunteering to help plant trees near a local park, what would you do?  According to North Richmond News, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation is installing a riparian buffer at Bryan Park, and volunteers are needed on Tuesday, D...
12/01/2013
Today is known as Small Business Saturday.  Like other cities and towns across the country, Richmond, VA, is giving attention to small businesses today.  According to local TV station NBC-12, this annual event started in the Greater Richmond area four years ago and always is the day after Black F...
11/30/2013
Water conservation to save money often is helpful to remember on dry days.  Rain barrels help to conserve valuable rainwater.  Having a rain barrel or multiple barrels helps to reduce stormwater runoff and the amount of oil from asphalt and other pollutants getting into streams, lakes, rivers and...
11/29/2013
Some of us just like cats or just like dogs or maybe neither species.  Our home happens to have one feline and one canine species:  an eleven-year-old rescue black cat named Buddy (who sometimes thinks he's a dog) and a 19-month-old miniature rescue poodle, Nathan.   Thankfully, our neighborhood ...
11/28/2013
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My outside blog is collectively known as the "World According to Nathan" in honor of our rescue toy poodle. He's survived a puppy mill and now is a member of our family. The entries for the blog can vary but relate in some way to housing and/or real estate.