We’re happy to see Thunder, our parakeet, waiting for us when we get home. On the other hand, The Machine also beckons!
This contraption, which I like to call Gravity Machine* (possibly a misnomer), is the best Christmas present ever.
Nothing like sloshing plasma from toes to head and back again. And, speaking of BACK! … feel those discs lift & separate. I’m taller just thinking about it!
*today I’m calling it our Inversion Machine.
How many city workers does it take to fill a pothole?
Of course we missed you. The energy you put into this publication is evident, and inspirational. But let’s not try to be all things for everyone. You’re asking for ideas, and that tells me you are ready to narrow it down, and FOCUS. I like that.
Sacramento can get pretty hot in the summer.
Here is a terrific video of what is lost to Willow Glen:
The secret to its success, in my opinion, is that it is OPEN every week, rain or shine. Willow Glen would do well to find a more visible venue on Saturdays, and establish just as frequent a presence.
On Curtner one sunny afternoon looking east toward the Diablo Range.
From Almaden Road looking north toward bridge on Curtner.
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