It’s a part of California lots of folks never see, because it takes a bit of doing to get there, and there is no glamour about it. No movie stars, no designer boutiques, no see-and-be-seen spots. Although, by golly, who do you suppose was there a week or so before we were, eating oysters and
If I sound a bit proprietary about L’s cottage and studios, it’s because my daughter, Kelly, and I have been sharing ideas and enthusiasm with her from the time it was still pretty much a ratty farm shack, with nothing to recommend it but a spectacular view of the ocean and farm fields at the
There’s something magical about a wonderful chair. Straight, proper, formal; or sensuous, curvy and ornate, or simple and muscular. Some, you can curl into and stay all day, or for a lifetime. Some, you can barely stand to perch in for a minute, while you tie your shoe. The best ones stop you in your
Today I had the wonderful gift of a few uncommitted, unscheduled hours in Hartselle, Alabama, where I’m staying near Tune Farm. What a joy to put some comfy boots on and take off down the street to see what I could see. The Tune Farm house, soon after it was built, around 1919. Knowing, always,
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