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... been a statement.)
To which I responded, “Really.” (That, I am pretty sure was a statement)
Let’s just say the sound of screeching brakes was deafening. Flame out. Auger in. I had been DQ’ed before I put my track shoes on, let alone put my feet in the starting blocks. History. Kaputt. “Thanks for coming by. Don, what do we have by way of parting gifts for our contestant?”
I am searching for the words to describe why I am going to Paris for the first time at the age of fifty-eight. Trying to find the right words to write is apparently not uncommon in Paris.
What I know of Paris is only what I've read. I read once that Hemingway, bundled up in that iconic cowl neck sweater in a cold drafty apartment at 39 rue Descartes, working on the final chapter to A Farewell to Arms, scribbling in pencil, wrote 41 endings to ...
... the car. We were greeted noisily by Rusty, a large Labrador, Lucy, a lively Labrador puppy who were joined after a while by the slightly more placid Molly. After checking in to our cottage we headed straight back down the valley to get some food at Rutherford Grill. An unexpected treat - we had a great meal, fantastic food, good beer and the boys got to watch a but of baseball.
We fell into bed a bit late considering alarms were set for 4.30am the next ...
... story went national, and they raised 66K in 60 days. PLUS, the national attention brought in buyers, so Don and Susie can retire and the place will continue on as the heart of Monte Rio. I LOVE this story. Here is a short news clip abut the situation: http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?id=908 1707
One more aside: A piece of Christo’s Running Fence hangs from the ceiling of the theater. The largest remaining piece known. Sadly, between ...
... Inn. I quote "the best food and wine I have ever
eaten"- Kelsey Druce. Voted the greenest restaurant in the entire San Francisco
Bay area…and we found it by accident. Sonoma County seemed like a right up your
alley kind of place to be, as ma would say. On our way to Redwood National Park
in search for beautiful Sequoias and Redwoods-- loving longhair and loving