Monthly Archives: July 2021

Music

It appears that I was determined to pack as much fun as I could into my long weekend. If that was indeed my goal, I definitely succeeded. On Saturday night, I attended a concert which was part of the Mendocino Music Festival. It was held in the lovely Cotton...

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Flamingo

The Glamorous Flamingo Resort It didn’t take long to drive from the “Birds” schoolhouse to the thriving metropolis of Santa Rosa. A sleepy small town when the Maestro filmed “Shadow of a Doubt” there in the 1940s, it is now a bustling city of about 180,000 people, and probably...

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Bodega

I took a couple of days off and decided to leave the County for the first time in four years. I am no longer the jet-setter I once was, when I used to fly to Europe at least once, and often twice a year, venturing as far afield as...

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Cider

All American Apples Once again in the name of research, I sallied forth to the beautiful Valley on a bright summer day. My destination this time was not Gowan’s venerable fruit stand, but rather, their cider tasting room, just a curve or two away down highway 128, the wine...

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30

30 Years! Megan and Rob tend not to make a fuss about things like birthdays and anniversaries, but this year marked not only Megan’s 50th birthday, but Megan and Rob’s 30th wedding anniversary. Our schedules didn’t match up to have a celebration of Megan’s first birthday in the 50s...

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Circus

It’s that magical time of year when Flynn Creek Circus’ striped tent makes its appearance in the Village. I bought tickets to their new show, Fairytale, as soon as they went on sale on May 2. I enjoyed the anticipation over the next couple of months, even more when...

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Color

Orange is the new pink at my house! Of course, there’s also pink. It is my signature color, after all. But I love the pop of color of the orange with the white walls and the woodwork in my house: It all started when I noticed how much the...

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