Countless do-it-yourself projects would never have seen the light of day were it not for Aurora Rents—gardens would remain untended, furniture unsanded, bedrooms unpainted. Luckily, the locally owned and operated business has rented tools and equipment—all properly cared for—to northwestern craftspeople for 50 years. Equally as vital, each employee carries industry expertise around in his or her tool belt, and delights in providing insights, safety tips, and techniques for refinishing floors or shellacking homemade Trojan horses.
With a degree in landscape architecture from Washington State and more than 20 years of experience, Chris McAuslan crafts custom designs for both residential and commercial properties. When he isn't stocking his nursery with beautiful trees and shrubs, he installs landscape lighting, waterfalls, synthetic grass, and eco-friendly, solar-powered flowers.
Cedar Grove Equestrian Center’s experienced instructors corral up to five budding riders for one-hour introductory lessons, held seven days a week. Learn to brush, tack, and ride an equine within the center’s spacious, covered arena, surrounded by lush, verdant scenery and gangs of spying rodeo clowns. Cedar Grove’s friendly steeds help beginners gain confidence and perfect their horse dialect, and the center’s small class sizes allow for personalized feedback. Helmets and boots are provided at no charge.
Surrounded by its lush, aromatic fields dotted with purple blooms, Woodinville Lavender assembles its namesake flower into everything from fresh-cut stems to scented soy candles. Whether shopping for sachets, relaxing on the outdoor patio, or cutting your own stems from one of the many organic lavender bushes, Woodinville creates an idyllic setting in the heart of the local wine country.
Once an organic farm itself, Full Circle is dedicated to making organic produce as widely available as possible. Working closely with organic farms, Full Circle delivers fresh, organic, healthy pesticide-free and herbicide-free produce.
The Full Circle process fosters benefits for all parties involved—customers can keep healthy by eating organically while supporting green farmers whose eco-friendly practices create nutrient-rich organic produce that will then be sold back to the customers, now dizzy from spinning.