Sea Ranch Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Nancy came to ask permission to include a big fish fry in the event. They ask permission…. Ha! Her fish fries are legendary and we are thrilled! They live in Mexico all winter and catch fish to bring back here. It is yummy…. we know this having been gifted some of their catch as well as having been guests at one of her big fish parties. Love my neighbors.
I have just made flyers for my teaching business to put up locally. ...
We got on the road Good Friday at 5:30 AM, in hopes of beating the traffic. I am fighting bronchitis, so basically Dave just rolled me out of bed and into the car. All was progressing well until we blew a tire in Valencia. Dave got the spare on and luckily we were not far from one of his favorite tire stores, so we got a whole set of new tires and continued on our way. (The old ones were pretty spent and there is no use risking another blow ...
... in.) They had tried to sell it in hopes it would continue its long history as the center of our little community, but no takers. The final slap was when they were told they needed to update to digital format from their old-school reels system. The cost was 60K. No way. It looked like they would have to close it down and walk away from it.
Then, someone suggested Kickstarter as an option. They started a fundraiser page. The media was all over ...
... the Sonoma Valley wine region. Sonoma Valley runs parallel to its more famous sister region, Napa Valley. I had chosen to go on the Sonoma tour instead of the Napa tour as I wanted to experience a region that didn't have a whole lot of big commercial vineyards. We arrived at the first of 3 wineries we would be visiting. The Robledo Family Winery was a great start and rich with history. In 1968 at the age of 16, Reynaldo Robledo, left Mexico to work in ...
... fish fish fish (for the echo)!"
He was as tall as Andrew. He had a sharp hook at the end if his long beak which sat on on the end of a long powerful neck. And inside that head and behind his vacant eyes was a tiny little bird brain that thought my eyes were fish. So I did what any coward would do when he refused to yield, I sat on the path. Jessica just walked by and the pelican didn't bat an eye. So I risked it and walked by, waiting for that beak to tear ...