“Our kitchen is a good open space and great for gathering with friends and family,” she said.“You can cook and chat at the same time.“It has a large granite bench, double Miele ovens, induction cooktop with large walk-in pantry.“It makes Christmas Day cooking a breeze.” The auction is the first of more than 50 scheduled for Saturday, March 23, being held onsite from 9am. With winter around the corner, the kids will love toasting marshmallows at the firepit. With winter just around the corner, there’s even a firepit, perfect for toasting marshmallows with your children. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE<< More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoSince living at the Camp Hill home, Ms Lamb has fallen in love with the location and the open feel. “The living and dining area leads out to our outdoor entertaining, heated pool, fire pit and garden,” she said,“It’s private and a little oasis. “The gardens are thriving and it has a nice relaxing feel about it.” RELATED: Family affair at modern build This five-bedroom at 48 Brisbane Ave, Camp Hill is going to auction on Saturday, March 23 at 9am.Going to auction this weekend, this Camp Hill home is what memories are made of.Impeccably designed and styled, the home at 48 Brisbane Avenue, comes with all the luxuries you would find at a five-star resort, including a heated pool, garden and extensive decking for outdoor entertaining. Is ‘Flintstone House’ yabba dabba doomed According to the owner entertaining from the state-of-the-art kitchen is easy, breezy. Many memories were made from the kitchen, especially at Christmas time, Ms Lamb said. A ‘TV star’ home lands seven figure sum The floorplan was the deciding factor when owner Kendell Lamb purchased the home in 2016, she loved the open plan layout, yet that it still had privacy for a large family.“Inside flows through to outside and the bedrooms and second living upstairs,” Ms Lamb said. “Everyone has their own space. “With the fifth bedroom and full bathroom downstairs as well, it really suited our extended family when visiting from interstate.“The pool location was another plus for us and we love that it is a main feature out the window, there is something nice about looking at water.” MORE:
“If you ask a team who is four points behind us, they will say it’s realistic to try and catch us. Manchester City are four points in front of us so mathematically of course that is possible. Wenger confirmed Aaron Ramsey is ahead of schedule in recovering from a hamstring injury and is back in the squad for the short hop to Loftus Road. The Wales international has not featured since suffering another hamstring problem on February 10 but is now back in contention, although fellow midfielder Jack Wilshere remains sidelined. The 23-year-old had been closing in on his own return but underwent surgery on his troublesome ankle and, despite Wenger claiming he would be absent for days rather than weeks, he confirmed Wilshere will not feature in neither the QPR contest or Monday’s FA Cup sixth-round clash at Manchester United. “He is doing well,” Wenger said of the England international. “It takes some time to heal the wound after the surgery – it will take his a few days. I don’t set any dates, but what is for sure is that for Man United he will not be available.” As well as having Ramsey at his disposal, Wenger is hoping Francis Coquelin could also play despite fracturing his nose in Sunday’s victory over Everton, with the midfielder set to sport a protective mask. Press Association Arsene Wenger believes his Arsenal side are currently “nowhere near” being involved in the race for the Premier League title – but believes a consistent run could change all that. Wenger takes his side across London to face struggling QPR on Wednesday night looking for a seventh win in eight league games but, even with such a strong run of form, Wenger feels a push for the title is not currently feasible. “At the moment we are nowhere near to winning the Premier League, and nowhere near close to being in the race,” he said. “But what we want is to do as well as we can without speculating on the weakness of any team. The only thing you can say is that it’s very tight. “You look in front of you, Manchester City are four points ahead of us, and you look behind you, there’s plenty of people chasing us. “That will be very, very tight and it will be down to consistency in our results and mental strength. That will certainly be needed again on Wednesday night.” Whilst closing in on Capital One Cup winners Chelsea seems an outside bet for Wenger, he is hoping a drop in form form reigning champions Man City could open up the chance to pip Manuel Pellegrini’s side to second spot. “At the moment we are too far from Chelsea to say we are in the title race, but you never know what can happen,” he added. “I speak as well about Man City, why should they give up for the title? They have done it three years ago by being eight points behind. The Gunners currently sit third in the table and are nine points adrift of league-leaders Chelsea, with Manchester City four points clear in second spot. The chase for the top four has closed up in recent weeks with Arsenal likely to come under heavy pressure from the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Southampton in the hunt for Champions League qualification.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena — Folks caught a new sight at the Thunder Bay River in downtown Alpena on Monday.Bay City’s Appledore IV docked for two nights at the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center just south of the Lady Michigan. The ship is a two-mast steel-hold schooner, originally created to sail around the world.Now, the ship is owned by BaySail, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate different ages on environmental education and sailing training for naval sea cadets. Since it’s foundation in 1998, over 44,000 young people have experienced one of the the educational programs provided by the nonprofit.“I’ve never sailed before so this is the first time for me and it’s been absolutely incredible,” said Naval Sea Cadet Kelsey Ampe.Naval Sea Cadets learn to sail the schooner without modern technology, utilizing old maritime techniques to navigate the rough waters of Lake Huron. In Alpena, four Naval Sea Cadets and their officer were able to stretch their legs on land. Ampe has enjoyed building not only her skills but a little community on board.“You see two different vibes when you’re in sea cadets,” said Ampe. “You see either closeness, togetherness, teamwork or you see the opposite which, thankfully we see more teamwork.”Cadets will use the time and skills from sailing aboard the Appledore IV as preparation for future careers on a vessel. The schooner is not new to Alpena’s waters. The ship last visited in 2016 with a different captain. As for new Captain Jesse Doucette, a return to Alpena will come very soon.“With our future voyages this summer, I really plan on making Alpena a good mid-voyage stop at least once or twice more.”No timetable is set for the next return at this time.For information on the schooner, visit https://www.baysailbaycity.org/ AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious What’s Trending for June 18Next Classic Cars Roll into Town for ‘Back to the Bricks’ Tour
The NBA board of governors voted Thursday to approve a 22-team format to restart the 2019-20 season in Orlando, Florida, the league announced.The vote was 29-1, with the Portland Trail Blazers voting against the proposal. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the NBA’s Board of Governors has approved a 22-team format for restarting the league season in late July at the Disney campus near Orlando, Florida.
Submitted by Forma ConstructionCompany principals Jim Phillips, Drew Phillips and Jace Munson remain; 2013 annual sales expected to surpass $125 millionOlympia, WA — One of Washington state’s most significant commercial construction employers rolls into October with a new name, and restructured ownership. Berschauer Phillips Construction will become Forma Construction effective October 1.“While we represent the next generation of innovation leaders in our industry, at Forma Construction, we’ll continue to build on the long-held traditions of service quality and integrity that our customers have come to expect,” said newly-named company president, Jim Phillips, son of company founder, James A. Phillips.“Drew, Jace and all the members of our leadership team have decades of experience in the industry, and a passion for building strong communities through innovative techniques that help contain costs and ensure high quality structures.”Drew Phillips will serve as director of business development and preconstruction services. Jace Munson, a longtime company executive and principal, will serve as chief operating officer.“We’re very optimistic about our company’s future,” said Munson, who also serves as board president of the Thurston Economic Development Council. “Coming out of the recession, we’re fortunate to have a strong backlog of projects into the foreseeable future.”Drew Phillips echoes the optimism. “Project sizes have increased, and we’re seeing renewed activity in both the public and private sector, which is a welcome indicator that the economy is getting back on its feet at many levels. We’re excited to be a part of it.”Forma was originally founded in 1985. It has a diverse portfolio of projects — from historical and office renovations, to educational facilities and infrastructure improvements. Notable projects include the new Hands On Children’s Museum in Olympia, renovation of the John L. O’Brien Building on the State Capitol Campus, and elementary, middle and high schools that serve students all over Puget Sound. Forma has also built or renovated transit, higher ed, and medical facilities around Western Washington.Forma has over 150 employees in the Puget Sound region. Annual sales are expected to surpass $125 million in 2013. Facebook122Tweet0Pin0