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... social activity than I normally manage in a year.
I went for a lovely drive down the coast yesterday. The weather was stunning! I also found a new way to get home. Discovering this place is a joy.
The upshot is my dear ones is that I am happy and doing well. My new life in this New Year is a wonderful thing. I send you all wishes for a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015. May your life be filled with love and all good things.
... to blend in with surrounding landscape, there are many access points to the beach and a small town eight miles from where the Thornhill's house is.
We made a brief stop in Petaluma before winding our way up the coast. The last 80kms is very windy, we are so lucky to have kids that don't get affected by car sickness or it could have been a very slow difficult journey. We were really pleased to arrive and be greeted by Henry and Kathy.
... How did I get so lucky? I truly don’t know, but I am deeply grateful and humbled. His energy and kindness never seem to amaze me and I give thanks everyday that I found him, or he found me, or which ever way it worked.
While the outside is still a very large project, the inside is quite cozy. The upshot being…. I live here now. While I will be down south to visit now and then, this is my home. I hope you will come visit me ...
... chairs on the deck. I can attest to their comfort as I took a couple of naps on them. He even made a protective cover for them!
Since we were leaving on Sunday, “Waffle Day” with Harry & Nancy was on Saturday instead of Sunday. Rosie & Frank were there and we all had a grand time. How sweet are our neighbors that they accommodated our schedule for their tradition? I LOVE them! After waffles with the crew we started to organize for closing up ...
... of our visit. The fort was a thriving Russian-American Company settlement from 1812 to 1841. It was the site of California's first windmills, and it was occupied by Russians, Native Alaskans and Californians, and Creoles. ...