April 26, 2010
Jen Pells' blog about life and real estate on Bainbridge Island

This is not a Recipe Blog – this is really a blog about life on Bainbridge Island

These are the real deal, not a stock photo! But I do make chocolate chip cookies from time to time.  I have gotten some requests for this recipe, so I am going to put it out there in cyberspace.  The key to this recipe is sifting the flour . . […]
April 25, 2010
Rockaway Beach Park on Bainbridge.

Rockaway Beach – Sun, Sand, and a Sunday on Bainbridge Island

  Low Tide at Rockaway Beach                               DIRECTIONS to Rockaway Beach Park:   47°35.95’N   122°29.89’W   From Lynwood Center, head south on Lynwood Center Road and stay left at the ’Y’ as it becomes Oddfellows […]
April 21, 2010

Role Reversal – being in the buyer’s seat

  So . . . this has been a busy month.  This past month I have been busy at work like it was 2006.  Add to the equation tax time, my daughter’s birthday, family visiting, and a large volunteer project at Blakely I said yes to last year when business […]
April 17, 2010
Bay Hay and Feed Store in Rolling Bay.

The Rolling Bay Neighborhood on Bainbridge Island

The Rolling Bay Neighborhood is more of an area than a neighborhood.  The other neighborhoods I have blogged about have been closer in and more homogeneous.  The Rolling Bay Neighborhood is just up 305 to North Madison, then Valley.  Rolling Bay is known for Bay Hay and Feed, our local […]
April 13, 2010
Bainbridge Island Farmer's Market

Bainbridge Farmer’s Market Returns to Town Square

The Bainbridge Island Farmer’s Market has returned to the Town Square at City Hall Park   Now Saturdays 9-1pm through October 30th Follow this link to explore what’s for sale at the outdoor market.
April 13, 2010
Where to buy fresh eggs on Bainbridge Island

Where to Find Farm Fresh Eggs on Bainbridge Island

All eggs from our hens. The egg in the middle best represents the shape and size of a store bought egg. We think the little hen on the right (currently molting) is responsible for the tiny eggs.   A sure sign of spring . . . more eggs.  One thing […]