Author Archives: nutMeg

Santa Rosa Tool Library

For some folks, a project isn’t really a project unless you come out of it with a new tool, or tools, and I can certainly appreciate that. I love good tools, and the right tool for the job, but I … Continue reading

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2022 Top Reads

Not necessarily released in 2022, but, of the books I read or listened to during the year, these are the ones I particularly enjoyed. Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie, A Tale of Love and Fallout Lauren Redniss WOW! Amazing story … Continue reading

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The documentary film portion of the HERbeat project has finally come to fruition, with the world premeire at the Mill Valley Film Festival!!! In-person screenings on Sunday, October 9 – followed by a taiko performance in Depot Plaza – and … Continue reading

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Banned Books Week 2022

Banned Books Week has been held the last full week of September – so it was actually September 18-24 this year, I’m a little late. It was begun in 1982 to bring attention to attempts to challenge and ban books, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to US(A)

The Fourth of July. The so-called birthday of the United States of America. That is, the day the Continental Congress formally adopted the Declaration of Independence. As such, it’s a federal holiday, and generally seen as a day of celebration. … Continue reading

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Eat Your Veggies!

Boo for me the Shone Farm stopped doing their VBoA (Veggie Box o’ Awesome … AKA CSA) (which, as I’m writing that, I’m realizing that I started with the Shone Farm CSA when First Light Farm consolidated the delivery area … Continue reading

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Hike 38 – Crane Creek Regional Park

So this wasn’t particularly on my List of Capital H Hikes, but location wise it fit in my day, and at this point in the year I’m not going to be too choosy. Well and I did get a Sonoma … Continue reading

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Hike 25 – South Salmon Creek Beach

I was having a hankering for the ocean, and Eric agreed. It’s really not THAT far away, but somehow I don’t get there too often. Well and it can get busy out at the coast on weekends, and you know … Continue reading

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Hike 14 – Laguna de Santa Rosa

This was a squeeze in on the way to other things, which is nice to be able to do. Not everything has to be a big Destination Hike with a Capital H! Turns out, the Laguna de Santa Rosa is … Continue reading

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Hike 29 – Santa Rosa Sculpture Saunter

Similar to the Mural Meander, but this was in three dimensions. Well, three dimensional art work, that is. Sculpture! Which I knew of some – like the murals, from having seen them when riding or driving by – but this … Continue reading

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