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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.

BY RON DONOHO • PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARTIN MANN

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.

June 23, 2014

Storybook English Cottage

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Storybook English Cottage A Coronado home blends multiple “personalities” Along our shores, the word “cottage” most often combines with beach and conjures up something small and cozy. On the other hand, cottage style sometimes describes something as grand as architect Julia Morgan’s fairy tale Wyntoon for William Randolph Hearst or a Vanderbilt summer Newport mansion. There’s something of both in a new…
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Focus on Color

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Focus on Color An Encinitas property awash in a rainbow of flowers is picture-perfect Six million blossoms — that’s Ralph Peters’ approximation for the number of flowers that carpet his Encinitas garden every spring. It’s not merely a guess. The retired nuclear engineer devised a formula to make his calculation. But no one at the annual garden party he hosts with his wife, Donna, would doubt the size of…
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Mindful Art

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A Fine Line by Janice Kleinschmidt Mindful Art Memories in the Making uses painting as a way to help those with Alzheimer’s disease A member of the golf club, tennis club, athletic council and National Honor Society, Elinor Murphy also served as class secretary and president. These days, she resides at an assisted-living facility in Carmel Valley, where she painted Spring, one of 18 paintings paired with works by…
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Rouge, Blanc & Bleu With Independence Day and Bastille Day celebrations on the calendar this month, bring the best of American and French cuisines to the table. Here are three chefs’ tasty twists on classic fare that are worthy of fireworks.
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Many years ago, I hopped on a bus with a bunch of other desert folk at the La Quinta Civic Center for a day trip to a sandcastle competition in Imperial Beach. A photo collage that I made from photos of the sculptures (not necessarily “castles”) hangs in the guest bath at my house in Palm Springs. Now a San Diegan, I encouraged four out-of-town friends to join me in IB for the Sun & Sea Festival on July 19.

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