Lies are fragile, so you better stick to facts! 😉 Welcome back readers and friends from the US, France, Turkey, Ireland, Brazil, Latvia, Poland, India, Morocco, Algeria, South Africa, and Argentina 😉
Considering the unpleasant event that took place in the Napa Valley and Sonoma, wouldn’t it be a good idea to buy your wines for this year’s celebrations from them.
The idea is great and absolutely would support the economy of that area after all the fire events that they went through lately.
As it was mentioned in one of the articles written at Alive magazine:
“Many vineyards and wineries were burned but fortunately most were saved from destruction. Strangely enough vineyards actually make great fire breaks this time of year. The vines are green and leafy with little vegetation surrounding them. In many cases, the fire burned right up to the gates of a vineyard an stopped, answering the prayers of more than one proprietor….”
Most wine shops carry a great selection from Napa and Sonoma. It is not only for helping the affected people in that region, but it is really good wine and deserve a try if you haven’t tried any of its production yet.
We received a question about the differences between the words “street”, “Avenue”, “Lane”, “Road”, and others. We briefly give some explanation here, for people who are not familiar with CA or the US naming for roads.
The difference between names like C Street and Avenue B comes down to variables like the size of the path, what surrounds it, and how it intersects with other roads. … “Streets” are public roads that have buildings on both sides. They’re often perpendicular to “avenues,” which historically were grander and wider.
What defines a street, road, or avenue?
A road is an improved path between two points whether in areas outside settlements, in the suburbs, or in urban areas, while a street is a paved public path within a built up area, and an avenue is a road or street with trees planted along both sides, generally of the same species for .
Avenues, in contrast to streets, usually run from north to south and have medians. Boulevard (Blvd.) – A boulevard is simply a street lined with trees down its middle or sides. Lane (Ln.) – A lane is a street that is so small in size that it lacks a median.
Enjoy your holidays and plan for the right wine which would go better with your dinner according to the tastes of your guests of course.
Until we talk again, here’s our hugs and kisses ❤