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Skagit Valley Real Estate

Bow/Edison

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Nobody knows more about buying and selling real estate in Bow and Edison. Two of the smallest communities in Skagit County, Bow and Edison and the adjacent rural Bayview area combine to make one of our areas best kept secrets. Located between the town of Burlington and the Samish and Padilla Bays, nature and beautiful views command attention in Bayview. Edison is home to two of the most unique and popular taverns in the County, and with the help of the local is better food scene Edison's population can easily double on warm summer nights. Head west from there and enjoy the quiet sunset on either of Bayviews spectacular bays. Whether you want fish and chips, or prefer to BBQ your own dinner, you'll find plenty to keep you busy in Skagit County's smallest communities. By the way...Don't let the word get out!

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December 19th, 2014

Making Memories: Fun holiday traditions for you and your family

Written by Josh Scott

Get Outdoors! Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean the great outdoors are off limits! Even if you don’t ski or snowboard, there’s still plenty to do outside. Sledding, ice-skating, and carriage riding are great places to start. Plus, it’ll give you a reason to cozy up inside with hot cocoa …

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December 18th, 2014

No Child Should Have to Sleep Outside

Written by Josh Scott

  A few weeks ago the Windermere Foundation was approached with a remarkable opportunity to support the #NoChildSleepsOutside campaign, which is trying to raise $250,000 by December 23 to open a crisis-response winter night shelter for homeless families in Seattle. The Windermere Foundation …

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December 18th, 2014

No Child Should Have to Sleep Outside

Written by Josh Scott

  A few weeks ago the Windermere Foundation was approached with a remarkable opportunity to support the #NoChildSleepsOutside campaign, which is trying to raise $250,000 by December 23 to open a crisis-response winter night shelter for homeless families in Seattle. The Windermere Foundation was able to contribute …

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