You saw the eclipse- Now what to do with those glasses?
Astronomers Without Borders wants to share your used eclipse glasses with kids in other parts of the world for the 2019 total solar eclipse.
You may also mail your glasses directly to:
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
Special viewing equipment is needed to safely watch the eclipse due to the brightness of the sun and the dangers of staring at it for long periods of time. The easiest method to see the eclipse will be to use safely glasses, though those are becoming harder to find. Many stores and online retailers are sold out and the proliferation of cheap knock-offs is raising safety concerns. It is not safe to look directly at the sun during an eclipse. It is not safe to look at the sun while wearing sunglasses, and the eclipse may damage your phone, so do not attempt to take a photo with your smartphone.
If you don’t want to risk sun damage to your eyes – or fight the crowds trying to get the best view of the eclipse – you can tune in online. NASA has a day of programming planned, including live coverage from 12 locations, airplanes, ground telescopes and 57 high-altitude balloons. Coverage starts at 12 p.m. ET and ends at 4 p.m. ET. You can find more information here.
Charles Simonyi, Microsoft’s 40th employee and CVP of Windows 2000 had this house built with how many windows? Windows:2000. According to curbed magazine: “One unnamed architect described the home to The Independent as a “James Bond modern” in 1996: “It has a bed that rotates, and a place by the pool for rock bands to come and play, and he collects the work of a Hungarian abstract painter. There’s a whole phone and entertainment console in the toilet. You could spend your day there.”
To See More about this home, or where the Billionaire’s of Washington State live, Click here to visit the curbed website.
Do you live around Lake Washington and Ride a bike? This summer is the perfect time to explore all the lake has to offer, on 2 wheels! What better way to get out and explore up close and personal! The 55 Mile loop of Lake Washington begins at Gas Works. A recreational rider may find that this is a difficult ride, however you are in charge of your ride! Go as far as you like, and explore different sections of the lake each week! The route follows a mix of trails and city streets, and keeps to mostly residential but still very scenic areas. The route provides plenty of views of the lake along with the surrounding mountains and hills in the distance, and opportunities on both sides to stop and stretch your legs in a number of waterfront parks.
The air quality in Seattle is NOT GOOD right now!!! Look at the quality compared to other major cities in the USA!!!
Thinking of updating your home? An accent wall is a great way to update your home for a minimal cost! Check out the article below for some inspiration!
It’s official! Bain Awards were handed out yesterday and Team Way was awarded: International Diamond Society!
We couldn’t be more proud! Here we are with our managing broker John Deely! Thanks so much everyone!