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December 3, 2011 – IT'S BEEN SAID — AND MOSTLY SUNG — that Frosty the Snowman was "a jolly, happy soul." Being comprised of the cold, white, frozen stuff might make one predisposed to snow. But as it stands, my flesh is human. Snow makes me cold and grumpy.

Years ago, I bade goodbye to East Coast climes better known for Frosty's DNA. Unlike so many San Diegans — who don't know a good thing when it's registered at 72 degrees on their backyard thermometers — you won't see me trampling out to East County when fallen powder paints the green hills and valleys.

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WORKING ON A JOB WHERE INTERACTION with the client was literally impossible was a first for veteran landscaper Harry Thompson.

A face-to-face meeting is out of the question, however, when the customer is deceased.

Thompson, who's run Torrey Pines Landscape Company for 35 years, was contacted last year by a Scripps Ranch homeowner about a garden makeover. When Thompson arrived at the house, 86-year-old Walt Bossert showed him inside.

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The Best of Both Worlds By Eva Ditler Photography by Preview First IT WASN’T MONETARY REWARD or a flexible schedule that enticed Elizabeth Pritscher-Lewis to become a California real estate agent. She took on the challenge of getting her real estate license because she was determined to hunt down the perfect La Jolla house for her family — “one with character,” she says. It took five years, but Elizabeth…
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Welcome Butterflies

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Welcome Butterflies Butterflies inside the Water Conservation Garden’s new Dorcas E. Utter Pavilion seem to pose as they light on flowers to sip nectar. Their still wings — a kaleidoscope of bold patterns in orange, black and yellow — bring “oohs” and “aahs” from visitors almost oblivious to the colorful plants blooming all around them. Since the pavilion opened in April, home gardeners regularly stop by…
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Holistic Therapy

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Holistic Therapy Veterinarians use alternative therapies to treat animals with pain and other health issues Ohhh, the aches and pains need attention. A massage or acupuncture might do the trick. Or maybe a laser treatment. Humans have been turning to alternative therapies, avoiding drugs and surgery, for a long time. Veterinary practices have applied the same healing principles for our pets. Dr. Patricia Ungar of…
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Fig Bread Pudding

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Fig Tree Cafe Fig Tree Café Executive Chef Alberto Morreale answers the question, “What’s for dessert?” with this warm bread pudding sweetened with figs and redolent with vanilla and rum. When it’s too hot to cook, enjoy a serving with a scoop of gelato at any of the popular café’s locations in Pacific Beach, Hillcrest and Liberty Station. Fig Bread Pudding Serves 4 1 loaf (16 oz.) brioche bread, sliced…
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