Thousand Oaks Urn Project - Dedication and Celebration of the Restored Urns Carol and I have lived in Berkeley's Thousand Oaks Neighborhood for almost 30 years, and have always been intrigued by the monumental urn next to Indian Trail on The Alameda. On Saturday 10 Sep Continue Reading
A new urn with admirer Carol and I have lived in Berkeley's Thousand Oaks neighborhood since 1982, and have always been intrigued by the giant urn on The Alameda. TONA - the Thousand Oaks Neighborhood Association began fund raising several years ago ... and two new urns Continue Reading
Click on the photo to view the video Afternoon of a doe and two fauns on San Lorenzo Avenue aI was putting out Open House signs on San Lorenzo Avenue in Berkeley's Thousand Oaks neighborhood when I came across this Afternoon of a Faun (two) and momma doe. Note Continue Reading
Looking to buy a light, bright, airy home in Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks Neighborhood? Visit 1661 San Lorenzo Avenue at Sunday’s Open House!
Wendy and Polk Stewart have lived a few blocks away from us in Berkeley's Thousand Oaks Neighborhood for many years. I sat down with them a few weeks ago so they'd be able to tell you what makes their home ... and our 1000 Oaks Neighborhood so special. Carol and I have Continue Reading
A rainy day in Berkeley meant I was able to upload streaming video of North Berkeley's Live Oak Park's Cordonices Creek to the Berkeleyside Flickr Pool. Glad I didn't fall into the pool - it was cold today! Our garden was particularly lovely. I'm not a big fan of HDR Continue Reading
Here's the berkeleyside.com link The William Stout Bookstore in San Francisco, Builders' Booksource on 4th Street, and Hennessey & Ingalls in Santa Monica are where I’ve bought just about all my Art Deco, Architecture, and Design Books – they are my three Continue Reading