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propoxyphene I am already about 3 paintings ahead of schedule but have some prior commitments the next few weeks so may not do anymore for awhile. Stay tuned!
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http://esru.ub.edu/store/?rx=tadalafil-cheapest-online-price-indiaAlum Rock Park sits in the foothills just east of San Jose. Founded in 1872 with its dozens of mineral springs, it soon became nationally famous as a health destination. Stone grottos were built around 20 springs, along with bath houses, hotels, saloons, a zoo, and other facilities over the years. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, San Jose residents and others could take the trolly from downtown east to commune with nature, partake of the mineral baths, and other attractions. All that is gone now except the stone bridges, grottos, and stairways. The park has basically ‘returned to nature’. More history can be found here. Here are a few historic photos of the park. Click on any image to see a larger version.
A historic photo of the Natorium in Alum Rock Park fed by the mineral springs.
The Trolley Station in Alum Rock Park. The trolley used to run from downtown San Jose into the park.
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outdated viagra There are also a lot of good spots to paint along the creek outside the park, but will hold off as a backup in case I run out of ideas in other areas in Silicon Valley.
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source I did this painting sitting under the overpass of Woz Way, right near the intersection of Interstate 280 and Hwy 87. Up to the left you would find the Childrens Discovery Museum of San Jose. To my back is the freeway interchange of I280 and 87. The Guadalupe River Trail is where my easel is sitting. Here is a link to the location.
go here This is the southern end of the Guadalupe River Park Area which runs right through the middle of San Jose, and I will try to do a few more in the next week or so along the Guadalupe to capture the fall color.
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http://themedicalcenterfoundation.org/news/?query=nolvadex-vs-raloxifene&hg=2 There is a wonderful variety of topography and scenery right in my hometown of San Jose, and I am often amazed at the many streams and rivers which flow through both the suburban and urban landscapes of Silicon Valley. Below freeways, around back alleys, behind fences are wonderful little scenes we hardly notice in the rush of modern life.
go to site For many years, I have wanted to spend a year painting a different stream each week throughout the seasons, well, at least what mild seasons we have here! I’m putting it off no longer and am embarking on a project to do one painting each week throughout the next year of the viagra tablet.comCreeks and Rivers of Silicon Valley.
go to link Due to traveling and other commitments, I won’t do a new painting exactly every week, but expect to have fifty-two 8×10 paintings by this time next year. Right now we still have lots of fall color in the valley, so I will try to capture that in a number of works the next few weeks between a busy holiday travel schedule.
click Below is painting number one. I went just a few miles from the house and painted Silver Creek as it wraps around Lake Cunningham Park. I was at the corner of Capitol Expressway and Cunningham Ave.