California’s Central Valley with just what it needs most – heavy rain. We did a recent road trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco and… Continue reading
Journey Through Time Not so long ago we drove from LAX across California to the Mojave Desert. With a vague notion as to which direction we needed to go and knowing we had… Continue reading
Simple The beguiling simplicity of the desert . . . this is Roy’s, in the town of Amboy which was once a major stop along the old Route 66, through the spectacular Mojave… Continue reading
Trees and Stream In Yosemite.
I spent the last week in Los Angeles. During an idle afternoon of sunshine at the fabulous Venice Beach I watched in awe as a group of young, and older, boys skated on… Continue reading
Or farewell winter . . . Last days of May are fading fast. Here in New York summer has muscled its bossy way in, firmly shutting the door on any leftover spring gentility.… Continue reading
. . . I am reminded of one where conversation rarely strikes. Cafe de la Presse, in San Francisco, has become my regular cafe of choice for breakfast. Being on my own I… Continue reading