Does anyone here do silver and/or gold plating as a hobby or know someone who does?
I have a few very small pieces that need to be plated, but I'll be damned if I'm going to pay the inflated prices I've been quoted by the pros. I know the materials are expensive, but damn.
Saturday, I posted about a parking meter that malfunctined. Partial update: The columnist who writes Getting There in the Seattle PI has responded to my question, and will print it next week :) I am currently gathering info (parking meter, exact location) today, and will call in to report the meter if it is still broken.
Thanks for the information, the number to call to report the meter, etc etc. I'll post again with the answer that Getting There provides.
Free Queen-sized mattress, U-Pick-Up. It was in guest room, rarely used, very clean, mid-quality. I live in Columbia City near Seward Park.
I am wondering if any of you now of any new clubs/cafes etc that are opening up soon in the Seattle area??
I tried Seattle Weekly but I dont think I will get the best info because the best info is word of mouth.
does anyone here know what place in the area has the best price for microsoft software, specifically onenote? if anyone here gets access to the microsoft store, how much is it there? i'm not asking for someone to purchase it for me there...i'm just curious. thanks.
If you were going to go tromp-tromping in an in-the-city park in the rain, where would you go?
Are there any restaurants in seattle which primarily serve soup? I'm looking for the type of place where there are maybe 8+ different soups to choose from and a few different kinds of bread/salads. Preferably cheap (~$5.00) and available to go.
(I checked the memories before posting, btw)..
Hello there! I joined this community in the hopes of learning more about Seattle, as with all the flattering things I keep hearing I would like to come and check it out. I've lived my adult life in upstate New York, Boston and Phoenix. So far I've heard that Seattle boasts a clean, upscale urban downtown surrounded by a picturesque backdrop of mountains and ocean, plentiful organic produce, heavy Asian influence, culture, culture, culture; and a primarily liberal leaning populous. All of these factors sound very appealing to me.
What I am interested in finding out is what the different parts of the city are like? Where do you go for what? Is there a site that outlines what the neighborhoods are like?From what little research I've done via Craigslist rents don't seem to bad compared to Beantown. What can one expect to pay (ballpark) for studio or one bedroom in a safe but not-too-far-out area?
Also, what is the job market like?
And, one last question: have I completely just alienated any potential friends/connections by bombarding this community with annoying questions???