If you live in North San Luis Obispo County, I hope you’ve been noticing our sky in the late afternoon and at sunset. If not, I’ve saved some photos of it for you here. Even if you have, you may have missed some of these.
North San Luis Obispo County has a wealth of different scenes. From the beach at Cambria to a covered bridge in Paso Robles and all the wine country in between, there is plenty of variety for those who want to explore on foot. I hope you will join me on a quick visual recap of my last few photo walks.
Find out how you can help defend rural property owners who produce your food and patronize your businesses. New laws and regulations — many written by unelected state and county boards, could put small farms out of business, raise prices of locally grown food, or force rural property owners from their land. See what you can do to help.
If you’re a farmer or rancher or enjoying a rural lifestyle, your way of life may be about to change. The federal government is putting more and more restrictions on rural land use, and in some cases even taking some private land for their own uses without just compensation. Learn how you can protect yourself by being proactive.
The County Board of Supervisors votes to send proposed ordinance that would infringe on free speech rights back to the drawing board instead of advancing it for a hearing.
Don’t miss the video collage I made of the 2012 Paso Robles Festival of the Arts. I’ve introduced it with the link, here.
The 2012 Paso Robles Festival of the Arts has now vacated City Park for another year, and I’ve done my best to preserve some of it for you. In this post I will concentrate on the Children’s Area and the sculpture I saw. If you did not see enough Sculpture here, you have a chance to see more before and on June 2, 2012 at the Phantom 2 exhibit.