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Change and transition are difficult for most people. There have been several situations that have come up recently with friends and family that have made me think deeper about those transitional periods. My little brother has decided to move to Portland. He is fortunate that he will get to keep his job and work remotely. His...

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We survived our first winter in the cabin!  Over the last few weeks, the sun has been spilling its glorious light and warmth all over the valley. Generally, we have heavy snow in January and February, and even March, but this year looks so different.  The snow is slowly melting. It still freezes most nights,...

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It was only September 30th. The forecast said that snow was coming, but you know how weather forecasters are often wrong. I was sure that this would be another example. When I looked up average temperatures at Lake Chelan in September, the average high is 70 degrees, and the low is 60 degrees. For October,...

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  A friend was asking me recently about our experience living in a tiny house.  She is planning on building a new home too and was planning on living in a tiny house on her property in the meantime.  After our visit, I kept thinking about what we would have done differently if we had...

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I’ve had my new Subaru Forester for over a year, and I love it. It didn’t start that way. When we moved to our rustic cabin in the woods on the mountain, we both knew that eventually, we would both need an AWD or 4WD vehicle. I had been driving a red convertible VW Beetle...

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  I have been thinking about abundance a lot lately. We recently sold our house in the Seattle area. Because of a few twists and turns in our plan to move to Chelan, we sold our house a year later than expected and ended up selling for more than I imagined we could. I’m so...