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... 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 ...
... following three decades working in several vineyards learning about wine making. His experience grew until he was eventually managing vineyards. In 1996, Reynaldo formed his own vineyard managment business. He and his family purchased 14 vineyards, totaling approximately 350 acres, in Sonoma, Napa and Lake Counties. Together, the Robledo family opened the first winery established by a former Mexican migrant worker in October 2003. Although they still sell most of ...
... least it was not deadly hot! I did get Dave to stop briefly at the Madonna Inn in SLO. He had never heard of it, so a quick walk thru was in order. HILARIOUS!!!
I am back in Lake Forest now, and sadly, I may not get back up to Monte Rio until after the school year begins because I am scheduled for Jury Duty. ACK!!!! If I don’t get picked tho, I will head back to my little piece of paradise for a week.
Ciao for now,
I didn't get these posted in a timely fashion, so I am putting them up together. Cheers!
Monte Rio_ July 4, 2011
I just spent my first 4th of July in MR. It has been a pretty funny trip. Each little town has its own fireworks and party, and here in MR there is a 100 year old tradition of something they call The Water Festival. There is a carnival all day on the beach with games and food vendors, followed by a float competition; kind of ...
... affordable 80K.
The land was overgrown, but it had a small workshop and a copse of redwoods in the back. The trailer was falling down, and the septic tank had collapsed. The deck was collapsing and the inside was falling apart from years of water damage & neglect. Not for the faint of heart. Still, there was something about it that stuck with me; probably the wackiness of living in the woods in a pink trailer, and the tiny piece of land was lovely, ...
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