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The Latest ActiveRain Home Inspector NEWBIE!

 

 

     I have invited a lot of people to ActiveRain----few have completed a profile----few have signed up.

      Last week, at an ASHI continuing education event, I ran into Darrell Hay. 

     Another inspector that I had invited months ago (and that I have been busting his chops about not joining AR ever since) had been telling Darrell about ActiveRain.  We got to talking, and I told him I would email him an invite when I got home. 

     Well he signed up, filled out his profile and posted his first post this morning.  I think you will all really enjoy reading is posts and I hope you will all subscribe when you have had a chance to check him out.  You see, he used to write a home inspection column for the Seattle Times and is a very good writer---and has been inspecting for quite a while.

     Now all he needs to do is get rid of that dang “fuzzy” and put some really cool picture in his profile.

     I hope you will all give a warm welcome to Darrell, and go check out his first post, “Jumping on in.” 

Raven DeCroe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Buell

 

 

 

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Raven DeCroeDeCroe, is my "etherial" home inspector assistant and occasionally flies into my blog and other people's blogs to offer assistance. To find out more about her beginnings just click on Raven.

 

 
 

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Comment balloon 12 commentsCharles Buell • March 11 2009 10:12PM
The Latest ActiveRain Home Inspector NEWBIE!
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