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Mercer Island Condo

February 6, 2013 1 comment

Great mercer island condo for sale.
Presented by Jason E Cook 206-280-1911
3 bedroom, 2 baths
Only $270,000
MLS# 443444
Remarks:
Downtown Mercer Island Living! Top floor, end unit condo with vaulted ceilings that is ready to move right in. Just steps to Mercerdale park, shopping, and dining! Live large with 3 FULL bedrooms, and 1.75 bathrooms. Updated kitchen with Stainless Steel appliances, newer flooring, great working surface and tasteful colors! Cuddle up to a quiet home with a warm fireplace, or visit with friends in the owners clubhouse and private outdoor pool! Award winning MI Schools! Call for more details! Jason E Cook 206-280-1911

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Whispering Heights Deer and Snow

January 20, 2012 2 comments

Jason Cook and Gavin where out for a walk in the Whispering Heights neighborhood of Bellevue when a deer stumbled upon them! I asked Gavin if he said hi to him, but Gavin said the deer does not know his name and just said “hi kid”. it was very cold and icy out there, so be safe! Jason and Gavin decided to head back inside because those branches can be dangerous! It has been a while since we posted a video, so stay tuned for more! This fun Snow-mageddon we are having in Bellevue is crazy!

Somerset! Neighborhood of the week

November 17, 2011 Leave a comment

Jason E. Cook and Gavin showcase the neighborhood of the week! This week the NOtW is Somerset! Nestled in the foothills just south of I-90 and above Factoria. The neighborhoods crown jewel is Somerset Elementary school! you can visit their webstite here: http://www.bsd405.org/schools/elementary/somerset.aspx

Another fun place to go in Somerset is the Somerset Rec Club! Here you can enjoy summer BBQ’s, swim team, and an Amazing Tennis program! Just ask Jason Thompson! Visit them on the web here: http://www.somersetrec.org/

To nominate your neighborhood in Bellevue Washington, contact Jason E. Cook with http://www.BellvueBuzz.com at 206-280-1911!

Thanks and have a great day!

Remlinger Farms

August 15, 2011 1 comment

Today BellevueBuzz.com to a road trip to Remlinger Farm!  But it is not in Bellevue you say?  True, but it is just a short drive for lots of family fun!  Remlinger Farm has a lot to offer the whole family.  They are a working farm with a pumpkin patch in the fall, a strawberry field in the summer, and part amusement park most of the year!  You can even have a birthday party for your young ones, or a corporate picnic party for the office!  BellevueBuzz.com enjoyed the rollercoaster, climbing wall, pony rides, and the famous train ride!  Hosted by Jason E. Cook and another special appearance by Gavin, we hope this video entices you to visit Remlinger Farm in Carnation!

Please visit their homepage: http://www.remlingerfarms.com/index.htm

Neighborhood of the week, meet MOD Pizza!

why you need an emergency kit

April 10, 2011 Leave a comment

Why you need an emergency kit

By jasoncook • April 1st, 2011

 

If the daily news of natural disasters around the globe is causing you to think about a possible crisis hitting close to home, then take the next step and act. Most of us believe that disasters are not likely to occur until they happen, leaving no time for preparation or forethought.

The site ready.gov recommends that a household should plan to stock supplies that will sustain the family for at least 3 days. While ready-made kits are available for purchase, Wisebread contributor Andrea Dickson recommends making your own, especially since most households already have a number of the essentials:

  • Water–one gallon per person per day for 3 days, for drinking and sanitation
  • Food–3-day supply of non-perishables and can opener
  • Battery-powered or hand crank radio and batteries
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Whistle
  • Dust mask
  • Wrench or pliers for utility shut-off
  • Towelettes, garbage bags, and plastic ties for personal sanitation
  • Local maps
  • Cell phone with chargers, inverter or solar charger

The site also lists additional items you may want to include like cash, prescription meds, and copies of important documents (insurance papers and family records). When your kit is ready, identify a meeting place for separated family members and how key information will be communicated to outside persons (like extended family). Being prepared for an emergency will give you peace of mind now and a secure plan in the unlikely event of a disaster.