I live here too, and so does everyone I love. I didn't mean that sarcastically even if I might have been a bit flip, and I do appreciate the hard and dangerous work ahead for CalTrans. Still, I find myself wondering how much that figures out to per capita. What an incredible luxury that big, beautiful road is and all those bridges that connect us with the wider world. From a purely economic standpoint, I suspect the bridge is not a good investment, but it's an amazing gift. Again, I say 'thank you'.
Thank you, fellow citizens, for your lavish gifts of tax-payer dollars. For most of you that's a four-lane 'freeway to nowhere'.
Pubic lice, we regret to report, are from a separate species more closely related to gorillas...
I'm picturing minute King Kongs, grumpy and clinging tightly.
I wholeheartedly endorse your selections. (Are we gardeners so alike?) But who can resist those watering cans. I finally selected an emerald green one for myself, but of course I wanted one of each color so you really can't lose. Goes to scope out the purple hoses I've been needing a new hose. And PURPLE! <3<3<3 But I'd best not buy one just in case.
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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