Fridays night have all sorts of specials attractions.
I have started taking my “alternative” route home to Elements. It adds a little extra time behind the wheel, but it gives me a chance to stock up with what is best in Sonoma Valley produce and delictables. Highway 116 takes time; but it also puts you back in touch with the country and amazing vistas that you cant see when you are doing seventy miles an hour in a cocoon.
It was a day all about the dogs, and it was a day of smiles and laughter for their owners. The dogs gave us a chance to focus on those simply pleasures that we all miss otherwise.
One of the things I enjoy about hosting guests at Elements is helping with suggestions. Although I usually think of going to Elements to relax; there is an amazing amount of things to see and do. I thought the suggestions I recently sent might be useful to other guests.
The native species like the grasses has also increased our native meadow animals; like the mountain quail and other birds. And every now and then we see a few fox in the mix. Living in the redwoods with the native species seems like the perfect mix.
The weather really dominates day to day life. Rain in the Redwoods (and especially Cazadero) can be of biblical proportion
Cazadero gets 19.26 inches of rain in three days
The first storms of the year in Cazadero hold an attraction for me; I love the drama of nature. When the forecasters predict a storm I am like a “storm chaser”, I grab the dog and head to Elements and Cazadero.
And its something I have learned in the Redwoods; to take that time to have those breaks. (The chores will wait>)
The great news is that the rains have begun. And with them our stream and waterfalls are beginning to resume their yearly existence.
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