Cultivate With Purpose

Cultivate With Purpose

Many people wonder; What is Arbor Day? Well, Arbor Day is an annual observance of the importance of trees in our lives and has been celebrated since 1872. It promotes the planting of trees which civilization has always done in the form of tree planting parties. The tree has always been a prominent symbol in […]

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Sublime Country Kitchen

Sublime Country Kitchen

Heart of the Home Kitchen Tour Part Two: A second Woodland country property was included on this past Saturday’s 10th Annual Red Cross Heart of the Home Kitchen Tour; The Heidrick Family has owned this 200 acre working farm since 1979.  The homeowners decided in 2005 after raising four daughters it was time to update their home. First on the list […]

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I Went to a Garden Party

I Went to a Garden Party

Every year on the first Sunday in May, hundreds of people turn out to view a few Davis gardens. The nineteenth annual Pence Gallery Garden Tour was held May 2, 2010, and I joined a crowd of garden lovers, arts supporters and curiosity driven oglers in making the rounds of the nine gardens presented this […]

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Got Compassion?

Got Compassion?

Hi. I’m Walking Bob. I was walking toward Central Park after dropping some letters off at the downtown Post Office when I first saw him, standing tall and alone on the southeast corner of 3rd and C streets, holding a notebook. As I drew closer I thought, “Is he panhandling or trying to get me […]

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Quite a hike!

Quite a hike!

Looking for a fun way to exercise? Head to Stebbins Cold Canyon Trail at Lake Berryessa. This isn’t a place to bring the toddlers in the backpacks or strollers. This is a real hike — think burning buns and toned calves. There are two gates leading to different trails that connect as part of the 4-mile loop. You can pick your poison.

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