From the Blog


The first Pilgrims sailed from England in 1620 -- seventy-two men and thirty women (eighteen of whom were adults).  During the first winter in the New World, almost half died.  Governor William Bradford found it necessary to ration corn; five kernels of corn per day per person. When Captain … [Read More...]

Kincaid Fire Evacuation

Rick and I received warnings on our cellphones that we might have to evacuate due to the Kincaid fire northeast of town.  Geyserville, Healdsburg and Windsor had already been evacuated.  The blaze was out of control, consuming acres of grass, brush, trees, and some houses … [Read More...]

Friends Fleeing California

Over the past year, several couples in our Bible study have moved away.  Why?  Here are some reasons (and something to consider if you long to live in California):             Highest state income tax in the … [Read More...]