Archive | July, 2011
Will, Woody, Misner and Smith

Will, Woody, Misner and Smith

Hi.  I’m Walking Bob, and the evening air was just right for a walk over to Rominger West, where I could be my own designated walker for a glass of wine and some free entertainment.  Twice a month, The Rominger West Winery, which lies in the shade of the freeway at 4602 Second Street, holds […]

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No Rules Pasta and Veggies

No Rules Pasta and Veggies

The summer vegetables are finally a reality. If you are too busy enjoying summer to spend much time cooking this is the recipe for you. Fresh, delicate, and simple is the way to go so start the pasta water because the veggies are almost done! Almost any veggies will do so go check what is […]

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Calistoga Compromise

Calistoga Compromise

We had 24 hours to spend in Calistoga with our seven-year-old son. I wanted to plan something that would be fun for him as well and my husband and I at the same time. It was such a fun getaway for all, I thought I’d share it with all of you. Our itinerary was set […]

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Say Yes to Rock Climbing

Say Yes to Rock Climbing

It took six months and a lot of wheedling, but I finally went rock climbing in Davis. In high school and college I did water sports–swimming, water polo, and crew–so I always had something at least as solid as water underneath me, and I felt right at home. When hanging more than 30 feet in […]

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Crocker Tots

Crocker Tots

  I recently attended the opening preview for the wonderful new family features at the Crocker Art Museum and was amazed by what I saw. Included in my group were parents and children of varying ages, so it was a unique experience to see their interaction and amusement first hand. Story Trail is a self […]

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