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California Mishegoss - Issue #391:Abandoned Baby Rescued, Point Reyes Lighthouse, Marijuana Suspensions, LA's Poor Summer Air, A Ring Amid the Ashes, & More

Good Evening Friends!How is everyone this evening? Did you have a great Veteran's Day? Did you get th
California Mishegoss
California Mishegoss - Issue #391:Abandoned Baby Rescued, Point Reyes Lighthouse, Marijuana Suspensions, LA's Poor Summer Air, A Ring Amid the Ashes, & More
By Mark & Patti Clifford • Issue #391 • View online
Good Evening Friends!
How is everyone this evening? Did you have a great Veteran’s Day? Did you get the day off, or did you have to work?
It seems that over the years, Veteran’s Day falls behind when it comes to businesses supporting it. I’m not sure why since I consider it one of the more important federal holidays we celebrate. I guess I’m more into celebrating this significant day due to my Dad serving his country and dying in that service.
Maybe one day, it will be as important as it once was, and more businesses will support it by closing.
I had considered starting a separate flash/pop-up newsletter this week covering the mishegoss of the impeachment hearings. I figure there will be some insane stories from both sides, and they deserve to be covered, but I haven’t had many people support the idea. I guess they want the facts, not the fluff that’ll be going on. To me, I think the mishegoss going on will be more entertaining in the evenings then the hearings themselves? That’s just me, though.
The idea of the newsletter was to cover things until the hearings are over. I’m guessing December or after the first of the year?
By the way, we wouldn’t be taking any sides — just a collection of the most mishegoss stories we can find for each week.
The title I’m considering is Trump-e-Goss. Sub-title: “The Hearing” I know it isn’t original, but it is catchy!
If you think you would subscribe, give me a thumbs-up, and I’ll add you to the list. If you hurry, you’ll be the first. It will only be once a week till the hearings are over.
Here’s what we got for tonight:
  • Abandoned Baby Rescued and Has a Home
  • Radio Station Is a Town Hall
  • Woodstock Music at the Melodrama
  • Central Coast Org. Helps Women Veterans Transition to Civilian Life
and lots more…
Be Well, and see you on Thursday.
Mark & Patti
P.S. Here’s a preview of the banner for the potential Trump Newsletter:

The Valley
She was abandoned in the middle of the road, but a baby now has a forever home | YourCentralValley.com
Central Valley radio station stands in as a ‘cultural town hall’ – Daily Democrat
Oroville celebrates native culture – Chico Enterprise-Record
The Coast
Central Coast Living: Woodstock music at the Melodrama
Historic Point Reyes lighthouse reopens after makeover | YourCentralValley.com
A Central Coast organization is helping female veterans transition into civilian life through tiny homes
California suspends hundreds of marijuana supply businesses | PostIndependent.com
Waking Up from the California Dream in the Age of Wildfires | The New Yorker
Science Explainer | California Meets "Precipitation Whiplash" - Bay Nature
How Much Cannabis Do Californians Use? Researchers Want To Ask In Order To Set Safe Pesticide Limits. - capradio.org
The Rest
Yale grad no longer homeless thanks to help of fellow alum who lived near homeless encampment in LA | abc7.com
Health Experts: LA’s Poor Summer Air Quality Putting Angelenos At Risk – CBS Los Angeles
California Wildfire Breaks Out Near Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood Hills
...and then there was Mishegoss
‘I Don’t Have Anything, Except for This’: Woman Reunited With Heirloom Ring After Getty Fire Destroys Her Brentwood Home | KTLA
Did you enjoy this issue?
Mark & Patti Clifford

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