Monthly Archives: March 2011

Freeway Love

With a new puppy in the house, my Travels in San Diego have been somewhat curtailed of late, but Steve and I couldn’t resist making the drive out to Santee this past Saturday morning for the chance to frolic on some brand-new freeway.  … Continue reading

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Hard Choice

I finally made it out to Julian Hard Cider’s tasting room the other day; finally tasted the eponymous brew that the local company has been marketing for about a  year. The color surprised me. As you can see, it looks … Continue reading

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Three Mil and Counting

One of the tough parts about living in a place like San Diego (or, for that matter, Earth) where the population keeps climbing is keeping track of what the current numbers are. When I moved to San Diego County in 1974, … Continue reading

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Who Could EAT One?

I’ve never been to one of the San Diego Cake Club’s show competitions before, but after what I saw yesterday, I’ve already put it on my calendar to attend next year’s event.  Founded 30 years ago, the club says it stages … Continue reading

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On Top of Old Mt. Miguel

I tend to think of Jerry Schad as a god, omniscient about all good hiking trails in Southern California. So I was shocked when it was recently pointed out to me that His Bible (Afoot and Afield in San Diego … Continue reading

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