Monthly Archives: March 2022

DOCUMENTARY: The Guardian of Cherry Trees

The Guardian of Cherry Trees: 93-Year-Old’s Legacy Sano Toemon, 93, has spent his life trying to understand, document and preserve Japan’s iconic cherry trees. Listen to the words of a man who is filled with love and respect for all … Continue reading

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Wild Romania: Documentary screened at Environmental Film Festival in Washington DC

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SAN FRANCISCO: Spring Scents

Living with scents… delightful… Neighbor Bakehouse… delicious… Letterform Archive… on the wish list… Minnesota Street Project… Dogpatch… blooming!

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Morning fog… dissipating over the ocean… blue & gold sky lupine rocks HOPE IS FOREVER Sun Catchers Pacific Mirror Sealed With a Kiss

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DOCUMENTARY: Generation Putin

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Downtown… Enlightenment March… Nature… Art… EDUCATION SHOULD BE FREE Lunchtime… farmers market… yum! California green… Putah Creek Riparian Reserve Bee Haven!

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DAY TRIP: Spring Concert

Solano / Yolo Counties… Putah Creek Road… orchards… Stebbins Cold Canyon… Blue lupines… fragrant spring… California green! Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts | UC Davis: Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell

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MOVIE NIGHT: Dead Poets Society

Teen pick… great movies are timeless

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