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Shoots at the state historical site are extremely rare. Gaga is donating $250,000 to the Hearst Castle foundation in addition to underwriting a $25,000 water supply study and paying special fees.

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Sunrise Glory
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Yup, we are getting slammed once again, but there are still berries left on the shrubs for the birds Their Valentine's treat!
For the Birds!
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Happy Hibiscus II
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I guess it is raining, again!
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Musk parrots and the bees enjoying one of our palm trees!
Birds and the bees!
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The drive up to Goodwood House, between the golf course, normally I am kicked out of here by security, but at 1:22 in the morning catch me if you can.
A Long Drive
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Moonlight Reflection
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We have been experiencing such beautiful sunsets this year. This one was taken standing on the jetty of the San Gabriel River in Seal Beach. You can see Catalina Island in the distance as well as a ship approaching the sun.
Spectacular Sunset
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This is a valley in the Lake District in Northern England.
Glennridding
Easterly outlook with moon and tower (barbamz)
As I see the world these days mostly from the windows of my office ;-) this was the outlook this evening with the raising moon. To the right the so called Holzturm (wood tower), 15th century, part of the former city walls in Mainz on Rhine River. The tower isn't made of wood though, but got its name because in former times wood was piled up nearby. Photo sure is nothing spectacular, because snow is lacking :( And no snow to expect for the next fortnight ...
Easterly outlook with moon and tower
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Pathway to Paradise
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PCH
Beach ligths
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After a scorching hot day, we weren't the only ones heading for the water to cool off.
Anticipation
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Rainbow from behind Dry Falls. Carolina Nature Asso. monthly outing took us to Highlands North Carolina for winter shots of waterfalls. Warm temps had the ice gone down stream.
FallBow
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Taken at Chinaman Wells 22nd Feb 2014, a little beach shack community on South Australias Yorke Peninsula!
Chinamans Sunset
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Jekyll Island 2014
Pathway to Roots Beach
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Sundown
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46. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
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45. clearlakemike
8:57 PM GMT on February 23, 2014
I have been looking at homes online in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in case, miracles of miracles happens (the underwater housing market here ever comes up for air *not holding my breath* lol.) I bet there are some really nice grocery stores there that are as close as Sandi's. And radiation free ocean nearby.
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44. palmettobug53
8:22 PM GMT on February 23, 2014
Sandi, I am SO jealous!

I do have a number of stores near the house but most of them are more expensive. The nearest Food Lion (my favourite) is now hard to get to after work, due to traffic.

I just went to Food Lion and on weekends, it's no issue. I may just have to get myself organized better. I'll miss the Wednesday sales, though.

You have an Aldi, too. I wish we did. I've been in the one in Greenwood. The closest one to Charleston is in the state capitol, Columbia. A good 2 hour drive just to get to city limits. From there, who knows? Columbia is a big place.
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43. clearlakemike
7:20 PM GMT on February 23, 2014
I have to drive an hour to get to Sorta Ghetto Grocery and then 15 minutes more to a very underwhelming Safeway, lol. Another 15 minutes to the Kona airport, a 5-6 hour flight to either Seattle, San Francisco or Los Angeles (and most cities in between) to get to what I would term an 'acceptable' grocery store, LOL
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42. sandiquiz
6:59 PM GMT on February 23, 2014
Sorry to rub it in folks, but my Morrison's store is a mile away, a new Sainsbury store is opening only half a mile away, and within a five mile radius we have three Tesco stores, another large Sainsbury's in the city centre and a high class Waitrose, plus an Aldi,
Lidl and two Netto stores.
I usually go to Morrison's, (it was Safeway), but once the Sainsbury store opens I think it might drag a few customers away, me included, and when I want 'special' items, like special herbs or spices, my ginger, etc, I go to Waitrose.

So you see, we are spoilt here...I could go to a different store each day of the week and never drive for more than ten minutes!!

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41. clearlakemike
6:15 PM GMT on February 23, 2014
Hi Bug, that is a good excuse...you are excused, lol

I have to drive an hour just to avoid shopping at the Ghetto Grocery here in the food desert, much less anything as nice as a Trader Joe's, LOL.

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40. palmettobug53
5:54 PM GMT on February 23, 2014
Hi, Mike!

Boy, a lot has been going on here since I last stopped by.

My excuse for not visiting is that I went to the library week before last. I just finished up the last book last night.

If I've got books in the house, everything else falls by the wayside.

We finally got a Trader Joe's but it's in Mt. Pleasant. Depending on traffic, it could take me up to an hour to get there from the house. More, after work, even though my office is midway. All that afternoon commute traffic.

We have at least two vacant grocery stores in West Ashley. I'm hoping (please, please, please) that Trader Joe's will announce that they're moving into one of them.
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39. clearlakemike
5:38 PM GMT on February 23, 2014


I was told that the rule of the road in India is that the biggest has the right of way...so I guess the coach was the biggest at that moment. You can imagine what being a pedestrian is like. It was always an adventure to just cross the street in front of the hotel!!
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38. sandiquiz
8:08 AM GMT on February 23, 2014
My nephew had to take a 500 mile coach trip in India when he was out there last year, as the destination airport had been damaged by a slight earthquake.

He says he has never been more afraid in his life, and when he got out at his destination, he knelt and kissed the ground, just like the pope does!!

If the dual carriage the coach was on was queuing ahead, the driver just swung onto the other side of the road and drove towards on-coming traffic. There was a lot of horn blowing and swearing..as you know well, I should imagine!!
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37. clearlakemike
4:27 PM GMT on February 22, 2014
And the Indian drivers do it very finely, beep, beep...beep, beep. But don't try it if you are a westerner (unless you have a death wish.) Leave the driving to them!! It is something to behold!!!
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36. sandiquiz
3:04 PM GMT on February 22, 2014
Quoting 34. clearlakemike:


LOL...or you can drive on either side?

LOL - now that could be difficult... no wait.. they do that in India!!

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35. clearlakemike
5:03 PM GMT on February 21, 2014
GG, LOL...is that after the benadryl?
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34. clearlakemike
4:59 PM GMT on February 21, 2014
Quoting 32. sandiquiz:
What are the purple areas.... No roads?? Lol


LOL...or you can drive on either side?
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33. GardenGrrl
4:01 AM GMT on February 21, 2014
Mid Winter Happiness Ritual

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32. sandiquiz
5:57 PM GMT on February 20, 2014
What are the purple areas.... No roads?? Lol
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31. clearlakemike
3:55 PM GMT on February 20, 2014
Source.

So according to this map, Sandi, you would have to drive poor Oscar on the right till you got to India!!
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30. sandiquiz
10:31 AM GMT on February 20, 2014
Oh, you are like some of the continental drivers who come over here ....the need reminding, often! When you get off the chunnel train or the ferry, there are great big arrows pointing left and signs for the first three or four miles, repeated each mile for about twenty miles, which says...
"We drive on the left in the UK!!!
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29. clearlakemike
6:36 PM GMT on February 19, 2014
Thank you for the lovely award, Briar!. Yes, I have to admit that when I get to the southern end of Big Sur after an afternoon of twisty-curvy-but-absolutely-gorgeous I am ready for the open highway again at San Simeon.

Yes, Sandi, that is often the case with 'insurance', I guess. Well, I enjoyed my break from the sun, thank you. El Sol is back now. Yes, driving on the other side of the road takes some concentration as I discovered in Australia. Actually, I did all the "backseat driving". But it did take two 'drivers' sometimes as we would forget and sometimes end up on the wrong side of the road after a turn. Fortunately, Australia is a big and relatively sparsely populated country outside of the cities.
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28. sandiquiz
10:02 AM GMT on February 19, 2014
I have to agree with Briar about your photo selection.. and not just because you occasionally pick mine, either!!

I have been interested in reading the conversation you have been having over in Barbara's blog about the Volcanoes..... I do know that thousands of homes in the UK will not now be able to get house insurance after the floods this winter.

"Acts of Nature" have a lot to answer for!!!
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27. BriarCraft
11:20 PM GMT on February 18, 2014
You've done a great tribute to CA-1. PCH is one of my all-time favorite roads. I'm happy to say that I have driven every inch of it -- some of the more tedious twisty-curvy-but-absolutely-gorgeous stretches only once, other sections multiple times over the years.

I haven't said so before, but I you continue to wow me with your great selection of stunning photos in the header. In fact, I would go so far as to say that your World View selection tops the one that WU puts out, time after time after time. WU seems to favor sunrise/sunset shots and you show interesting and beautiful sights that actually represent weather and seasons from all over.

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26. clearlakemike
8:56 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
The Californians
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25. clearlakemike
8:48 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
no boat...one would have to depend on the kindness of strangers.

And you and Oscar would have to do the same...
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24. sandiquiz
7:08 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Drive to OZ.... now that is an impossibility! Even if I went right over Europe and Russia, then across Asia and down though Thailand and Indonesia, there is still some "water to cross" at both ends!! lol

Saw this comment on Barb's blog -

There is also a bay that could serve as an emergency exit via water below us.

Does one have a boat then?
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23. clearlakemike
6:06 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Good morning Sandi, lol...maybe you and Oscar need to drive to OZ and then you would only be 8,500 miles west of the PCH and you would be in the sun for more than one day!
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22. sandiquiz
8:00 AM GMT on February 17, 2014
Morning.... it is not sunny today :(

I live west of the PCH too.... almost 17,000 miles west! lol
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21. clearlakemike
5:06 AM GMT on February 17, 2014
Quoting 20. aquak9:
(sings full of joy)

we are getting a Trader Joe's in October, ~3 miles away.

Karen- I lived west of PCH too! at pt mugu military base :)


I liked Trader Joe's because it wasn't so big like a Safeway and had healthier products, but didn't cost like Whole Paycheck.

Come to think of it, I lived west of California One when I lived in the avenues of San Francisco. Hwy One is 19th Avenue that goes north/south through the Sunset District. The coast road is the Great Highway at Ocean Beach. The Golden Gate Bridge is both 101 and CA 1, I think.
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20. aquak9
3:00 AM GMT on February 17, 2014
(sings full of joy)

we are getting a Trader Joe's in October, ~3 miles away.

Karen- I lived west of PCH too! at pt mugu military base :)
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19. clearlakemike
2:21 AM GMT on February 17, 2014
Quoting 18. SBKaren:
Hi Mike ( and others)

I love driving on PCH and live only 1/2 block off of it. I actually live west of PCH, and there aren't many places in California where you can say that!

I love Valentine's Day for the chocolate - not like I need a special day for that. I can get it any time I want.

You want good, inexpensive greeting cards and you are near a Trader Joe's, go there. All their greeting cards are .99, and I can generally find one that fits the bill. I often just wander over to look at them, even when I don't need them, as they have different ones all the time. If I find one I really like, I'll pick up a couple.

We have a Dollar Store near us that has some darn good greeting cards for 2/$1.00. It can be hit or miss but I've found some darn good ones there - completely surprised me.

Just thought I'd add my input!


Hi Karen, yes, you are in one of the unique places in California!!! lol That is what I got for Valentine's Day...a small bag of Mauna Loa Chocolates. I almost inhaled it, sort of like the dog does with her food, lol.

We don't have a Trader Joe's here. I think there is now one on Oahu. Maybe someday. I use to like to go to TJ's in California. They do have some really nice local Hawaiian made/themed greeting cards in the stores here and that is what G usually gets the bags of. One of my relatives told me she always frames the Hawaiian Christmas cards we send her and puts them up on her daughter's bedroom wall.
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18. SBKaren
2:13 AM GMT on February 17, 2014
Hi Mike ( and others)

I love driving on PCH and live only 1/2 block off of it. I actually live west of PCH, and there aren't many places in California where you can say that!

I love Valentine's Day for the chocolate - not like I need a special day for that. I can get it any time I want.

You want good, inexpensive greeting cards and you are near a Trader Joe's, go there. All their greeting cards are .99¢, and I can generally find one that fits the bill. I often just wander over to look at them, even when I don't need them, as they have different ones all the time. If I find one I really like, I'll pick up a couple.

We have a Dollar Store near us that has some darn good greeting cards for 2/$1.00. It can be hit or miss but I've found some darn good ones there - completely surprised me.

Just thought I'd add my input!
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17. clearlakemike
9:55 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
Quoting 16. aquak9:
very nice collection of pics

I danced many times at Mugu Rock

PCH is amazing


Thank you, aquak9,

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16. aquak9
9:44 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
very nice collection of pics

I danced many times at Mugu Rock

PCH is amazing
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15. clearlakemike
9:43 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
Quoting 14. sandiquiz:
I love Jakes work. Thanks for including one of his long exposures.

Time for bed here... 5:45 Monday morning, when the alarm goes, will arrive pretty soon:(


I love this one he did...feel like I am traversing the physical laws of speed and light when I look at it. A good night to you and hopefully a quiet night and restful one. Sounds like you can use that after all the wind, etc.
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14. sandiquiz
9:34 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
I love Jakes work. Thanks for including one of his long exposures.

Time for bed here... 5:45 Monday morning, when the alarm goes, will arrive pretty soon:(
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13. barbamz
7:31 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
Quoting 11. palmettobug53:
I HATE buying cards. They have gotten so specialized; you can't find a simple greeting card anymore.


Folks got lazy in Germany too. They're looking for cards where exactly the whole cause of celebration already is imprinted and they would only have to sign it, sigh.
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12. clearlakemike
3:59 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
I do make my own with my photos. Yes, the initial cost is way more than those $5 cards. When I go into the greeting card aisle in the stores my eyes glaze over and I break out into a cold sweat. So the cost of making my own is ok, personally.

Fortunately, G actually enjoys buying greeting cards and will come home with bags full of them. So if I don't feel like making one I can rummage through his bags and usually find a suitable one without all the trauma.
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11. palmettobug53
3:41 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
Hi, ho, Mike!

I see you and Sandi have been having a lively discussion of the greeting card industry.

I HATE buying cards. They have gotten so specialized; you can't find a simple greeting card anymore.

I wanted to get Hubby a Valentine's Day card last weekend. There seemed to be hundreds of them at Walmart, including ones from the dog and the cat! All of them were overly gushy. I must have spent 30 minutes or more trying to find one with a simple message. Finding one that was cheap? Forget it! I didn't see a single one under $5.00!

It's a rip off.

I'd have just made Hubby one but buying the supplies would have cost me even more than a premade card.
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10. clearlakemike
3:30 PM GMT on February 16, 2014
Quoting 9. sandiquiz:
Oh, love Ozgalah's photo of the palm and parrots! It reminds me of an old fashioned mop my gran had......:-)
Happy sunny Sunday - yes we have sun!!!


I enjoyed seeing that photo of Ozgalah's very much! It reminded me of when we camped out near the beach south of Sydney. We feed those wonderful Aussie birds trail mix as we watched the day break on the Tasman Sea. They were wonderful, like the birds you see in pet shops here in the US. They flew out of the trees and sat on the edge of our hands and ate right out of them!!

So happy to hear you have Sun!!! I was getting ready to do a status check with Barb on the arc with out the speckers she was readying to send you. But I also read that you may not have to emigrate Down Under after all as the weather seems to be changing.
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9. sandiquiz
7:57 AM GMT on February 16, 2014
Oh, love Ozgalah's photo of the palm and parrots! It reminds me of an old fashioned mop my gran had......:-)
Happy sunny Sunday - yes we have sun!!!
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8. clearlakemike
2:16 PM GMT on February 15, 2014
Quoting 7. sandiquiz:
Thanks for posting my damp daffodils in your blog.

You know what you said in the comment box under them, well another Mike said a similar thing in Flickr about them

Martial Mike said:
Hanging their heads in sorrow Sandi? Really emphasises the current plight England is experiencing....lovely, if sobering, image.

I survived the night, but didn't sleep well, it was so noisy!!! So I will be cranky today! Look out, all!! lol


So sorry England is suffering, Sandi...and oh, you as well, lol. Yes, I won't take it personally if you get cranky today! Just took a quick look at Barb's blog and it looks like Breton took a beating yesterday. Sorry to hear about the fatalities.
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7. sandiquiz
7:20 AM GMT on February 15, 2014
Thanks for posting my damp daffodils in your blog.

You know what you said in the comment box under them, well another Mike said a similar thing in Flickr about them

Martial Mike said:
Hanging their heads in sorrow Sandi? Really emphasises the current plight England is experiencing....lovely, if sobering, image.

I survived the night, but didn't sleep well, it was so noisy!!! So I will be cranky today! Look out, all!! lol
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6. clearlakemike
7:12 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
Quoting 5. sandiquiz:
¡resentimiento y resistencia to el imperialismo cultural americano!

I do not!! lol

And answer me this, why isn't there a card for Saint Francis of Assisi on October 4th??
If one Saint gets into the Hallmark calender, why not all!! lol


This is America, Sandi...we don't get that many holidays or holiday time as the rest of the industrialized world, lol. Look at Barb's Germany for heavensake...they are in carnival from mid November till Ash Wednesday!!

But V-day isn't really a work holiday nor are many of the others on the Hallmark calender. I think we should petition the Greeting Card Industrial Complex to add St. Francis on the 4th of October. There is a dearth of the holidays from Father's Day till Halloween. We need St. Francis of Assisi too!!
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5. sandiquiz
5:22 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
¡resentimiento y resistencia to el imperialismo cultural americano!

I do not!! lol

And answer me this, why isn't there a card for Saint Francis of Assisi on October 4th??
If one Saint gets into the Hallmark calender, why not all!! lol
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4. clearlakemike
3:30 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
Hi Cloudyinthewest, thank you. Glad you enjoyed the photos and the video.
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3. clearlakemike
3:28 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
Thank you and Happy Friday to you too. Ditto on the sentiment although Saint Valentine is a recognized greeting card Saint in the American Church of Hallmark, mind you!

But that's ok, I won't take it personally. I understand and appreciate the ¡resentimiento y resistencia to el imperialismo cultural americano!
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2. Cloudyinthewest
12:43 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
Hi Clearlakemike,

Those are great photos of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Youtube video is cool.
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1. sandiquiz
10:24 AM GMT on February 14, 2014
I claim First!!

Happy Friday to you... I won't wish you a Happy V day, as I don't really believe in Saints who help boost the greetings card industry!

Bah, Humbug!
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