Monthly Archives: September 2011

Good Reads: Unbroken and More than Surviving

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand This real-life accout of Olympic runner and POW Louis Zamperini delivers on what the book’s subtitle bills as a story of survival, resilience, and redemption. Louie’s WWII tour of duty included living through his plane being shot … Continue reading

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Enhancing Beauty

Lake Tahoe in September, when the heat of summer wanes and before the snow falls. What makes it so breathtaking? The lake is the main attraction, with more than 70 miles of shoreline. Beauty is not only found in the … Continue reading

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Lighting the Way

Point Loma, a penninsula jutting into the Pacific Ocean, contains a variety of natural and manmade fascinations. Whales migrate past this point to the warm waters of Baja. You can see a whalebone skeleton when you visit (Cabrillo National Park). … Continue reading

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