http://www.canamgroup.com/kuwait/?essay=solving-equations-homework-help Sierra Road winds from San Jose into the eastern foothills of Santa Clara Valley (otherwise known as Silicon Valley). I was out on that road watching the Tour of California a week ago, as you may have read in a previous blog. I was rained out for painting, so went back today. A storm had just cleared, and the skies were wonderful! I found a great spot overlooking the valley, and could actually see downtown San Francisco, looming over the bay 50 miles away. Mt Tamalpais was directly behind it. What a great day!
go site In past years, I have motorcycled out on the California coast to paint, and then watch the race go by.Â I would have gone to the coast this year, but we have been battered for days with a long series of rain storms (we need it, but the bikers have been drenched!!), so decided to meet the race close to home in San Jose.
purpose synthesis diphenylacetylene The race actually passed within miles of my home, but I decided to go up a little further into the hills east of Milpitas to catch the race in a more rural spot.Â The forecast was for 90% rain,Â but the skies were clearing, so I took off.Â I took my paints, hoping to paint and watch the race as before.Â As soon as I got to my selected spot, on Calaveras Road just as it climbs over the foothills, it started raining, and continued until I left.
customized essays Well, I won one by watching the race, but lost one, as I was pretty drenched, and went home without a painting.Â I may go right back after this storm clears, as I forgot how much that area of the eastern foothills of Silicon Valley is so scenic!
click here A good artist & painting buddy of mine passed away last week.Â I had known Nick White about 5 years and he was one of the nicest, no nonsense, down to earth guys I have ever known.Â Nick was the leader of the Los Gatos Art Association plein air group, and it was primarily his effort, energy, and care which kept the group going.Â Besides painting together in the local area many times over the years, we took several painting trips together, such as one to the Eastern Sierras in October 2006 to paint the fall colors.
http://www.canamgroup.com/kuwait/?essay=fsu-admission-essay-help “It was a dark and stormy night”…yes it was when I drove over to the the Touch My HeART, here artists reception tonight.Â An unusual California downpour drenched everything on my drive.Â When I arrived at the event, I was amazed by the line out the door and the crowd to get in.Â It was the biggest crowd I have seen at any of the Los Gatos charity events.
source site I donated 3 miniatures and they told me ahead of time I was honored with 2nd place…so, just a few picts.