Music in Tomales

Live music is making its way back to the northern San Francisco Bay Area. My sister and I took a ride out to Petaluma to look through the thrift shops. I heard there was a band playing out in Tomales, so after taking a walk around Petaluma, we headed out through the coastal grasslands, passingContinue reading “Music in Tomales”

Sea Horses and Sangria

Last night walking through the lush greenery on the patio at Mexico Lindo, the garden sculpture with the seahorses caught my attention. Seahorses symbolize money and prosperity in Mexican culture from the little research I have done. Seahorses are fascinating creatures, they mate for life and are monogamous. The males give birth to the children,Continue reading “Sea Horses and Sangria”