Journey through the California coastal redwoods
One of my dreams is to visit the primeval old growth redwoods. Coastal redwoods (sequoia sempervirens) are the oldest and tallest trees in the world, reaching over 300 feet tall and living 1,000-2,000 years old. The only place in the world where coastal redwoods exist is on a narrow strip along the coast of northern California, beginning […]
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Cost of our cars
We have two cars: a mid-1990s Honda that CB bought second-hand 5 years ago and a 2013 Honda that we purchased brand new. Even though these cars have been for the most part very reliable, fuel-efficient, and reasonable to insure, the cost of car ownership adds up. The state of California kindly reminded me of […]
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Foodie Finances: 2 years later
Almost exactly two years ago, I itemized the all the money I’ve spent on food in a month in a post titled Foodie Finances (what the subtitle should’ve been: A foodie and her money are soon parted. As I detailed in that post, during March 2012, CB and I spent over $800(!!) on groceries, dining […]
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