Posts for October 2018
by Dick Smith
One Saturday evening our PVE friends asked, “What are you doing tomorrow?” We were thrilled to be able to answer, “We’re sailing on the bay with our Petaluma buddies, George and Anita.
by PVE Residents
The sword is said to be the emblem of military honor and should incite the bearer to a just and generous pursuit of honor and virtue.
by Julie Turner
The earliest phase of site work has begun on The Ridge.
by Dottie Shelly
Resident Dottie Shelley remembers her first time waterskiing.
The Napa Valley Film Festival, which spans November 7-11, is a film, food and wine experience that comes to life each fall in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga.
by Walt McDaniel
In the summer of 1938, my buddies Kent, Harold, Bob and I decided to change the boredom one day by going to Lake Yellow Creek, which was about 75 miles from Elwood.
by Freddi Miller
"About 25 years ago, give or take a few years, I couldn’t find a plain classic raincoat to buy."
by Bill McNamara
After standing in a red ant pile, Resident Bill McNamara's mind quickly flashed back to his first tour in Vietnam
by Mary Ann McKinney
I had done little thinking about selling our house and downsizing our belongings, but suddenly we were in the midst of chaos.