Inside this week’s issue
Thu., June 9, 2005
Do something with that junk
A critical part of junking is putting your finds
to good use.
View from the top
Home on a ridge offers panoramic vista from Mount Spokane to Steptoe Butte.
a little decorating
Small spaces can look big and beautiful if you follow simple rules of interior design.
Light gets in, you can get out
With a little professional help, a homeowner can install an egress basement window.
Labor of love
Operators of bed and breakfast inns find enjoyment in their daily hospitality routine.
Read it and cheep
Birdhouses made of recycled materials are topped off by a tome roof.
Find a home for unused stuff
There’s a new Web site that helps people get rid of their surplus things.
Outsmart a rodent
If your are determined, there are myraid ways to keep squirrels from your bird feeder.
Parade of Paws
Spokane Humane Society will host walk on Saturday to raise money for animal care.
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