One last red before we go

It’s hard to believe it’s almost 2020!  It seems like only yesterday that our software shop was anxiously awaiting the new millennium to see if all our hard work over the last year had paid off or if our company’s systems were going to hemorrhage under a barrage of Y2K bugs.

before we ring in the new, lets have one last splash of red to ring out the old – an especially fitting one for the season, because pomegranates look so much like Christmas ornaments.  These turned up on one of our favorite rides in weeks, a delightful loop into the hills from Temecula.

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5 response to "One last red before we go"

  1. By: The Navigator Posted: December 30, 2019

    Very nice ride – very scenic and you can’t see any of the 2006 or 07 fire scars in any of your pics – so either you didn’t go in that area or it has all regrown nicely! When I was in Americorps we did a project with the Fallbrook Land Conservancy. We repainted their headquarters. I was one of only two people who was willing to muscle the belt sander on all the cladding. Ugh. I remember that project distinctly because we had the radio on while we worked when news started coming in about the Columbine massacre. Here’s the house – https://www.fallbrooklandconservancy.org/palomares.html

    • By: Scooter Posted: December 30, 2019

      I didn’t see anything that looked fire damaged, unless it’s that big exposed slope on Camp Pendleton. It’s all very lush now in the area we biked through.

      That’s interesting about Fallbrook. It’s such an evocative name that it seemed worth a detour just to head over to see what was there, but it didn’t feel like we had the time to spare.

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