Tag Archives: Snow
VIRTUAL TOUR: 95 Acre Sun & Snow Retreat
95 Acre Sun & Snow Retreat / Conference Center Exchange the predictable, tired & well-worn paths of living for the invigorating purity of the Mountain Wild. This former ski resort was remodeled in 2006 into a majestic 12 thousand square … Continue reading
Mountain Top Sun and Ski Resort – Great Business Venue
When we tire of well-worn ways, we seek for new. This restless craving in the souls of men spurs them to climb, and to seek the mountain view. Ella Wheeler Wilcox Exchange the predictable, tired & well-worn paths of … Continue reading
ON THE LEVEL: Save Money on Utility Bills This Winter
Here’s some more great stuff from our friends at Hibbard Construction. Our summer tans have long since faded, the patio furniture and BBQ grill have been stored and the first winter snowfall has already hit the Treasure Valley. It is … Continue reading
We Have What Santa Wants!
Here’s What Santa Likes, According to the National Association of Realtors and Zillow.com. But we’ve posted a few suggestions (after the Realtor.org Mag article…) that Santa should add to his Christmas Wish List! Daily Real Estate News | December 16, 2010 | Rooftop Deliveries: … Continue reading
Browser Says: Don’t Forget the Pup This Christmas!
“Browser” is howling to all his Peeps: Don’t forget the Doggie this year! And just ’cause he’s such a great guy, he’s found a great recipe site for you to sniff out. Lots of really yummy “looking” things for your favorite … Continue reading
Top 10 Tips for Selling Your Home During the Holidays
We found this terrific list of Tips for Selling Your Home During the Holidays and thought you might appreciate it! If you are interested in Buying or Selling during this Holiday Season, don’t hesitate to call us. We can help! … Continue reading
Welcome to our Home…at Christmas
Especially during Christmas, our hearts long for the simpler days when a holiday was antipated not so highly for the piles of gifts, but simply for the chance to spend time with friends and loved ones. Historians often tell of a bygone … Continue reading