David Kendall shows off a pressurized waterhose connected to a 4,590-gallon cistern system that captures rainwater from their roof in Edmonds. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

David Kendall shows off a pressurized waterhose connected to a 4,590-gallon cistern system that captures rainwater from their roof in Edmonds. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Edmonds couple’s house will be featured in the Green Home Tour

David Kendall and Nobuko Mitsunaga’s electricity bill was $188 in 2018. How did they manage that?

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Life

Destined to cook, despite heartbreaking loss, serious injury

This Arlington teen overcame his father’s death and a traumatic brain injury to forge a culinary career.

The secret to perfectly creamy hollandaise is in the mixing

This “mother sauce” is a great recipe to have in your repertoire for your next brunch or dinner party.

Lighter and brighter, this broccoli salad delivers on flavor

You could add some crisped, crumbled bacon if its omission feels like a dealbreaker.

Hawaiian cookbook features author’s version of huli huli chicken

“Huli huli” translates to “turn, turn;” it’s barbecue chicken that’s grilled and basted on a spit.

Ex-etiquette: Support daughter’s extracurricular activities

Q. My child’s mother is constantly signing our 8-year-old daughter up for… Continue reading

Can’t play a lick? You can still jam with these guys at the mall

For the Inclusion Jam Project, having fun, not hitting the right notes, is what’s important.

Do you have an air purifier? Prepare for a smoky summer now

This mom spent the family’s vacation budget on air purifiers, HEPA filters and tower fans.

Four dang good dogs ready for adoption in Everett

Everett Animal Shelter has these four dogs ready to be adopted into good homes ready for a new pet.

Vashon: An island of chill amid the Seattle-Tacoma rat race

With good food, craft beverages and a relaxed vibe, it offers a quintessential Northwest experience.

Most Read