Photos of San Francisco Bay, usually taken from our balcony.
This reminds me of a place called Blackhawk. That was where all of the moneybags of the East Bay lived.
WEll I don't have my reading glasses on and it looks like an English painting! V
James - you are 'spot-on'! Blackhawk is about five miles south of this group of homes.
Ah, Louis, this is just a bit of the golden life of the Golden State for those whose pockets are lined with gold. We look forward to our peek at it next month.By the way, we booked the hotel we discussed and reserved a car. All systems go for launch on April 9.
Well, they are going to be rained on!
I could see myself listening to Chopin while watching these beautiful hills. And I am listening to Chopin Piano Concerto #1 in E minor on KDFC right now because of you cher Louis, merci encore.
Louis thanks for your message which I just received but when I clicked on “publish” I received a message from Blogger saying that they were unable to complete it. It was error bX-oogzl0. Have you ever received this message? It does not look like I can publish your comment, sorry.
Louis, this beautiful image looks like a precious ancient print!
Oh, yes, well, once again, if they move out and abandon their abodes, I'll move in, as long as they keep up the payments.
Is this a page out of Sarah Palin's manifesto?
It looks just like here except for the hills and beautiful homes. A striking similarity, nevertheless.
Is it true the higher up you live the closer to God you are??? What happened to <>? He isn't just a cartoon is he? MB
Poor impoverished people! LOL.How nice that your maternal relatives came from Guernsey. Many streets have French names and a lot of people have French surnames, but they don't speak French. Next week I have something about Victor Hugo, who lived in Guernsey for many years.Have a great week. Bonne journée!
On dirait un bidonville.
To be so poor...
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