It’s time for the boys to shine.
According to the Saratoga Historical Society:
Saratoga, it is said, is derived from an Iroquois word, Se-rach-to-que, literally, “floating scum upon the water,” a completely understandable interpretation to be put on the presence of mineral deposits showing up as vari-colored film on the surface of a pond.
We decided to take a trip there to see three different places. We visited Villa Montalvo, now called the Montalvo Arts Center. From there, we went to Hakone Gardens and then finished it off with a trip to Mountain Winery. Follow me below the fold for a bit of history and lots of pictures.
I don’t use the word “icon” very often. However, this man was a part of my life at a very young age. I’m going to celebrate a half century of life at the end of the year. This man was there for 49 years of it.
A lot of you won’t remember life withoutout color tv or cable or computers or cell phones. I remember all of that. Note for younger people: It doesn’t make me better…just older. This man…
was a part of my life for all of those years.
This is the time for the boys to shine.
The first video speaks for itself…pun intended. I laughed a lot when I saw first saw it.
This second video is a Sphynx cat talking to the birds. Kitsy sounds like that whenever he is in the kitchen window.
This is part three. Parts one and two can be fund here.
One morning we woke up to rain. It’s the rainy season in San Francisco. It wasn’t a heavy rain, but it was enough. We had wanted to get out and walk and so we debated. We suddenly realized that we had not been to the Japanese Tea Garden In Golden Gate Park for quite a while and that the rain would keep the crowds down.
Looking for a bit of humor and silliness today, I decided to just post a couple of cat vids. These are two of my favorites.
This is An Engineer’s Guide to Cats. I’m quite the fan of these guys and their vids.
And now, for the Mean Kitty song.
Life got in the way, so our boys didn’t get their moment in the limelight yesterday. Today they get to shine.
This is part two. Part one can be found here.
One morning we woke up to rain. It’s the rainy season in San Francisco. It wasn’t a heavy rain, but it was enough. We had wanted to get out and walk and so we debated. We suddenly realized that we had not been to the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park for quite a while and that the rain would keep the crowds down.