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Dec 14, 2018
Scouts place flowers at Miramar National Cemetary for Memorial Day - KUSI
Council, serves over 15,000 Scouts ranging in age from 6 to 20 from throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. This event, hosted by the Rancho Mesa District, which includes the Miramar location, is open to Scouts and other volunteers from across the region.
... Nov 28, 2018
Carnival Cruise Line to Kick Off Year-Long Celebration of New California-Based Carnival Panorama With Rose Parade Float | Pasadena California, Hotels,CA Real Estate,Restaurants,City Guide... - Pasaden
Carnival employees hail from, snorkelers enjoying a shore excursion, and a RedFrog and a BlueIguana from their namesake poolside watering holes. Additionally, as a replica of the Carnival AirShip flies over the float, fitness enthusiasts will be jumping into the fun on a Sky Zone trampoline built directly into the front of the float.
Celebrating its role as the cruise line that carries the most military personnel, the float also salutes the brave men and women of the Armed Forces with a special appearance by Former Miss USA, Deshauna Barber, godmother of Carnival Panorama’s sister ship, Carnival Vista, and the first active member of the military to serve as Miss USA. Every Carnival cruise includes a special onboard tribute to honor guests that have served or currently serve in the U.S. armed forces.
“Carnival is the number one cruise line on the West Coast and the arrival of Carnival Panorama next December will only strengthen our position as the most fun vacation in the region,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. ”We are planning to show a spectacular float to match the spectacular new ship and with the addition of Sky Zone to complement so many of our most popular features and attractions, we’re offering even more ways to Choose Fun from the West Coast.”
Commented Jeff Platt, president of Sky Zone, “As a Los Angeles-based company, being a part of the Rose Parade is a truly unique and unforgettable way to announce our first Sky Zone at sea which will provide guests of all ages an opportunity to experience exciting new ways to play aboard the amazing new Car... Nov 15, 2018
Flowers & Bread: Seasonal items accent the lineup
Flowers & Bread - is thriving in Clintonville.
"Those are the things that have really taken off for us," Lagrotteria said of the namesake offerings.
Part of the business includes a full-service florist shop and flower-arranging classes. The cafe portion is where customers can grab a casual bite of house-baked goods and other dishes.
New seasonal items have been added to the menu.
Two savory "twists" are sating appetites: ham and cheese with maple-mustard glaze and fresh spinach and cheese with herbed butter ($3.50 each).
They are made from the same dough used for the popular cinnamon-bread twists, formerly known as monkey bread ($3.50).
Many people are ordering the savory twists with the soup of the week ($8 a bowl, served with a roll), which is currently root vegetable – leeks, carrots, rutabaga, a touch of cayenne and sour cream - "100 percent for fall," Lagrotteria said.
There are four soups per season, running a week at a time. Another popular selection is the pureed cauliflower and apple cider, warmed with cayenne, chives and nutmeg.
Another house favorite is the wedge of focaccia ($3.50) flavored with seasonal ingredients. Currently, the focaccia tastes of grapes, rosemary and turbinado.
"Most people get i... Nov 15, 2018
October Nature Walk: Celebrate fog, flowers and fall on the Shanahan Ridge Loop
Thumb, Bear Peak, Green Mountain and the Flatirons. In 0.2 miles, the trail splits offering either a short or a long loop. You can later join the Mesa Trail or access other trails via various connectors.
We like to do the loop counter-clockwise, hiking the steeper North Fork section uphill and luxuriating in a wide, gentle trail on the way down. The North Fork soon enters the ponderosa forest and heads up to another intersection where you turn left for the short loop or go straight ahead for the long loop. A short, unmarked detour at the sign post leads to a small, cattail-lined pond where chorus frogs sound off in spring.
The long loop reaches the Mesa Trail in about half a mile. Turn left; continue on the Mesa Trail for 0.4 miles. Then turn left again onto the South Fork that descends to the Shanahan Connector Trail where you meet the short loop.
The short loop follows the Connector Trail at the intersection mentioned above and heads south for 0.4 miles to join the South Fork where you turn left and drop gently for 0.9 miles to the Bluestem Connector. This section of the trail is more open with more flowers, grasses and deciduous trees than the forest section of the trail. At the Bluestem Connector intersection, turn left and continue north to complete the loop.
The trail is well signed, but it's useful to print out the South Mesa/South Boulder Creek West map from the city open space web page as there several un-marked side trails. Be aware that there may be 15-minute delays along the trail until November due to powerline construction and trail work.
Despite the many cars parked near the trailhead, this trail is surprisingly peaceful.
Ruth Carol and Glenn Cushman are the authors of "Boulder Hiking Trails," published by Graphic Arts Books
... Oct 26, 2018
The real dirt: Adding composite flowers to your garden
It reaches a height of twelve inches, and blooms sooner than many other cultivars. G. x grandiflora "Mesa Peach" and "Mesa Red" grow a bit taller, to eighteen inches, with peachy-yellow and deep red petals, respectively.
Finally, plants in the genus Aster are perfect plants to think about at the beginning of the fall season because they add spectacular color in the autumn. Aster plants are very durable and long lived.
Plant asters in early to mid-spring, or buy them now, in pots, to add fall color to a sunny porch or deck. They should be trimmed back in early spring and again in June to maintain bushiness; deadhead occasionally for more blooms. Divide every two to four years in the spring to maintain vigor and flower quality.
The plants can be used in many places: asters work well in borders, rock gardens, or wildflower gardens. As a bonus, asters attract butterflies.
Many varieties of Aster are available, Aster × frikartii “Wonder of Staffa” has the longest blooming season. It is a repeat-blooming aster that produces lavender-blue two-inch-wide flowers from summer into fall on bushy plants. It grows to three-feet tall and one- to two-feet wide and prefers full sun and average, well-drained, dry to medium soil.
Cut plants back by half in midspring to encourage bushiness. Divide in spring to maintain vigor as required. But be advised, this is a plant for USDA zones 4-8, a bit cooler than the valley floor, so it will not live as happily here as it will in the foothills.
Sep 10, 2018
Macys Day Parade on the West Coast Rose Parade CEO says change is coming (but it doesnt involve balloons)
Their concern? That their beloved Rose Parade would turn into a corporate, show tune-filled, two-hour-long advertisement and that the parade's namesake flowers would become an afterthought.
"They're worried about the commercialization," said Laura Monteros, a journalist who's covered the parade for a decade. "Some people complain about the (corporate) signs on the floats now. They don't want those signs to get bigger and - this is where there needs to be balance - they don't want to see any change."
Change is indeed coming to the 130-year-old Rose Parade as part of a push to earn the loyalty of younger viewers and float sponsors alike, tell stories, build revenue and increase the cohesiveness of the tournament's sometimes discrete parts, Chief Executive Officer David Eads said in an interview Thursday.
Viewers should expect to see more entertainment: Equestrian units that have long been part of the parade will be joined by newcomers that can offer a new twist. Floats will increasingly take advantage of emerging technologies, such as augmented reality - like Singpoli's entry last year, which allowed spectators to experience Chinese folklore and watch watch the float's real-life floral fish transform into a dragon on their smartphones.
But the flowers? They're not going anywhere, Eads said.
Tournament of Roses CEO David Eads at the Tournament House in Pa...
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