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Stop Measuring.

For years, I have swept my “valleys of the shadow of death” under the rug, blocked them out, erased them from my memory. But that is like putting a band-aid on a wound. 1,618 more words

Invader

There is plenty of sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) in the wood.  Sycamore is viewed less favourably than native tree species as it was only introduced to the British Isles in the middle ages and is perceived to be invasive. 156 more words

What Grows In Our Wood?

Sycamore in summer

Temperatures in the high twenties made today an attractive day to go and enjoy the shade beneath my sycamore tree in its full summer foliage. 375 more words

Sycamore Terrace Apartments Announces “Resident Appreciation Week”


Sycamore Terrace Apartments in Temecula once again dedicates an entire week in the month of August as “Resident Appreciation Week”. Sycamore Terrace strives to offer its residents a sense of community and fun, and this is what they hope to achieve with events like this week-long celebration. 81 more words

RMS Queen Mary First Class Restaurant Chairs - Restored

Clearly it has taken a little time to come up out of the widow’s fog, but I want to start making more regular posts again.  I wanted to start off with the last project Craig was able to complete.   200 more words

Queen Mary

Girl Saved After Car Flips Into Creek

CHICAGO (CBS) — Rescue crews saved a young girl who was trapped in a car after it flipped into a creek.

A witness said the girl and a woman were headed down First Street, west of Sycamore on Wednesday when the car drove off the road and into the water. 45 more words

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Joseph “Joey” Lopes Park made official at ribbon-cutting ceremony

Originally published in the July 6, 2016 print edition of the West Sacramento News-Ledger

West Sacramento has a brand new park, and on Friday, June 24, it was made official at a ribbon-cutting ceremony where the family of the park’s namesake Joseph “Joey” Lopes shared stories about the famous boxer who called the area home during his life. 988 more words

Daniel Wilson