New listing in Nicasio Valley is featured in this gorgeous Ralph Lauren Ad. Sorry ladies, the pond does not come with a handsome fisherman. But it is a spectacular location: www.3200nicasiovalleyroad.com
I love this car. It makes me happy every year! Thanks to Guy Foster for his amazing photos on is open Flickr page.
Those snowmen are so cute, but they didn't stand a chance against those clever penguins! Another amazing display at Cornerstone in Sonoma – a beautiful place to visit even in the dead of winter. Happy Holidays!
A touching history about our parade from Petaluma Veteran's Parade and Flyover: From 1967 to 1983, Julius Forcucci & 2 WWI buddies walked the parade together. In 1983 one friend died & the other was ill, so Forcucci walked alone carrying an American Flag in 1984 and 1985. In 1986, 50 veterans joined him and the annual parade began. Julius Forcucci died Sept. 7, 1988 at age 94. During the 1988 Veterans Day Parade a riderless horse with it's stirrups tied to the saddle led the parade in honor of Forcucci. Over the years the parade has grown. In the early 90's the parade reached 100 entries. The 2012 parade had over 180 entries with over 1,300 participants. The estimated crowd was over 30,000. It is the largest Veterans Day Parade north of the Golden Gate.