Monthly Archives: February 2016

Living in a fowl’s paradise

This is going to be a pleasant departure from the serious and windy post of last week, I promise.  Mostly because I have had so much work that I have not had time to do much more than share some photographs I took at our beautiful Japanese Garden. Spring is here and it is still […]

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Fouls come home to roost

It’s déjà-vu all over again: Pat Buchanan vs Eugene McCarthy.  And the powerful appeal to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs with the primitive emotions of fear and anger at its base is crowding out common sense and prudence. I am going to be blunt and hope we can handle it here as it is just too important to ignore […]

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Winter thou goest – Part II

By now, you’ve rested and eaten and are ready to get out and start exploring.  Well, you’ve come to the very best place to do that on the West Coast (maybe the world, LOL?). The challenge in California has always been, not what to do, but what not to do. This is especially true of the […]

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