Category Archives: From the Vault

Cannery Row

Even Steinbeck Might Have Trouble Writing About Cannery Row Today By Phyllis J. Hanniver Los Angeles Times, 18 February 1990 http://articles.latimes.com/1990-02-18/travel/tr-1449_1_cannery-row Advertisements

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My Favorite Book

One of my all-time favorite books is “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte. When I was a kid, one of the best things my Mom ever got for me was a library card. We would go often to the small Los … Continue reading

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The Zen of Heidi

Heidi is a gray and black-striped tabby cat with spots on her underbelly. She is a very reclusive soul. It’s her nature. She likes to hide. She finds refuge buried beneath the luxurious folds of the comforter on the bed … Continue reading

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Sunset At Asilomar

The sun glows mandarin-red   in the twilight — The silver-blue waves   tumble & roll   with thundering power — An eerie boundary   glistens along the shoreline:     an orange-bright ribbon   curling the day’s last light. Eight deer graze … Continue reading

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