Wednesday, April 6, 2022


 5:55 pm - Wednesday - April 6th - Fontana, CA - 92° F, humidity, 11%, wind 13 mph out of the north by northwest......high today was 94° F.  On this date in 2015 we were hiking at Goosenecks State can just see the Newell in the distance....about .8 miles away.....↴

We both slept great Monday night/Tuesday morning, and awoke to clear, blue skies.  We awoke not knowing if we would be driving back to Fontana, and Continental Radiator Service, or spending another night in Montecito with my sister, Hilary, and her husband, Bob.  After securing a wonderful cup of Americano coffee I took a walk around the massive family estate.....

.....the view of the Pacific Ocean is about 200°, and the home photographs nicely, too.....

Looking south toward Ventura


The kitchen

Living room

The long hallway looking from the kitchen

Dinning room

....around 10:30 am I called Continental Radiator Service and was advised they were working on our radiator, but it would not go back in until sometime Wednesday, so our decision to stay one more night became pretty obvious.  So, after a very hectic Monday, Tuesday became a kick back kind of day....I spent a lot of time reading, napping, and enjoying the amazing costal view.....

....around 5:30 pm we headed out to dinner at a local spot called 'Honor Bar' where we spent a couple of hours enjoying their alfresco dining patio, great food, and endless conversation. We were home by 7:30 pm, and headed directly outside to the patio to enjoy some more conversation, and vino.  By 9:30 pm we called it a day and headed for dreamland, but what an amazing day, and evening made even better by balmy zephyrs wafting up from the ocean courtesy the latest Santa Ana wind event.

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