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Landscape with colorful summer flowers

SPRING COLORS

By Leslie Eskildsen:  Weekly Columnist with the Orange County Register and other Southern California News Groups, Duane Gomer’s neighbor, friend; Realtor at Realty One Group, Coto de Caza; DGS Real Estate Student Don’t wait to capture season’s colors in listing pics. Whether or not you have immediate plans to sell your house, there are some […]

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Portland, Oregon - Sep 8, 2018 : Costco Wholesale storefront. Costco Wholesale Corporation is largest membership-only warehouse club in US.

COSTCO BUFFET

Food Samples In a new mystery-attorney type book I’m reading, the lead character and her friend have no money and are hungry, so they say, “Let’s go to the Costco Buffet.” Many of you know what she means. I am a Costco person, and believe that the best time to go for the samples they […]

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Mountain range and ocean waters in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

CRUISE TIME

Real Estate Renewals in Exotic Places Years ago in another universe our company presented Real Estate Renewals in exotic places. Some of my favorite trips involved Acapulco, Cabo, Hawaii, Caribbean, New Hampshire, and other spots. Take a trip and get renewed. And a couple of informative meetings, thrown in for good measure. Loved those trips, […]

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Hi Ho, Silver Away

Channel Surfing The Other Day I Came Across Some Old, Old Black & White Western Movies They reminded me of a neighbor of mine in Calabasas Park from 1975 – 1984.  His name, Clayton Moore.  We both loved Jacuzzi’s at 110 degrees so we talked a lot. Yes, he played the Lone Ranger for many […]

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My Favorite, William Goldman Passes Away At 87

I Have Been An Admirer Of William Goldman For Many Years He was a writer and screenwriter winning Oscars for “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” and “All The President’s Men”.  But he also wrote screenplays for “Misery”, “A Bridge Too Far”, “The Stepford Wives”, “Chaplin” and others. I loved his books, “The Marathon Man” […]

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Request For Advice From You

Many Of You Send Me Very Appreciated Comments About The Newsletters, Facebook, And The Blog Now I would like some advice from you. Think quid pro quo. In 2019 DGI wants to renew a program that we had years ago. We will do short 2-3 hour non-credit-courses at low or no cost. We would cover […]

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Winning

From My Websters: To Be First Or Best In, Or As If In A Contest Lots of discussion about winning right now involving World Series, football, round ball, elections, etc. There are thousands of famous quotes from famous people about this topic such as winning is the only thing, everything, second after breathing, second place […]

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Memories: The Year 1972

This Was An Outstanding Bantam Team (Mostly 9th Graders) Did well. Should have won it all, but the Head Coach screwed up. We should have run a spread with the talent we had. Lost in the final game 6-0 to the Reseda Rams. On one of the last plays of the game, we had a […]

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