- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the side of the piano, and return her fingers to the keyboard without missing a measure. The name Louise was , in its day, a regal and popular name (in 1910, one in ten American girls was born Louise), but as with so many names, it fell out of favor, passed from sight, and like the names John, Linda, and Robert became "old fashioned."
My mom used to remind me when I was a child, "Rob, don't ever make fun of someone's name or the way ...
The many faces of Northern California. We drove through severe drought, lush wineries, rugged coastal sites and bustling fishing harbors.
We had never seen such drought. The three year drought began to show it's face in the northern Cascade Mountains where we saw many acres of burnt forests. We drove into the ...
... road was a bull. A BIG bull, not 15 feet from us humans in a tiny, RED Miata! Luckily his attention was focused on a sweet little heifer he had seen first. We stopped laughing…
A bit further up where it had flattened out, there was a little herd just lazing by the side of the road. One of them looked us up and down as it slowly walked across the road in front of us. We were laughing so hard I couldn't get my camera focused in ...
... can’t do that until I know those neighbors. Those of us who do know each other take freely from each other’s trees. In fact I was given a bucket of fresh heirlooms just today. YUM!!!!
Once I got back, sure enough, the guys were just finishing up Franks tailgate and had been joined by Nancy, who is about 70, and was born here. She and her hubby Harry know all the local history, and she began regaling me with stories of how, during the hey day of Monte Rio ...
... place for our 2-month absence. I am sorry to leave, but look forward to coming back.
Semester break gave us a chance to come up for a week and continue with the work. I was on the tale end of a cold so the first couple of days were a wash. I’m feeling better now, but the cold weather is slowing me down. I’m not talking about Minnesota cold, but freezing temps at night, and days in the 50’s & 60’s. ...