Gelow Borreson Gelow. I remember going to the Napa city Council meeting and they okayed the use of this building for for our newspaper dealershipfor the San Francisco chronicle. My dad bought it and then let his brother and brother-in-law in on it so we'd all be under one roof. And now it's going to be gone almost after 40 years. Because of too many relatives one piece of property. Is the same building that I show the dock at that me and my wife have fished for years. Because of what my father did in the community of Napa he was a JC senator was on the planning commission. My dad was involved skyline Park being okayed him and Frank Silvia got the landscaping of vintage high school Done without government help. Five service stations and his paper dealership propane u-Haul Hertz Rent-A-Car we did it all. Napa historical society wanted to know if they could List this building as historical because of my dad. We should've went for it #landmarks#sfchronicle#texaco. #napacounty#Historical. #budgelow#nvp#familyfirst#napa#gelow#borreson#paperboy
Just look at this beautiful #bookmail! Thank you so much @gouldmolly for sending a copy my way. I'm a sucker for a good romance and "this nonfiction that reads like fiction is perfect for lovers of memoir, historical romance, and historical fiction." I'm already in love with DENNIS & GREER (it had me at romance and historical) and cannot wait to dive into their love letters 💕 I have a feeling I'll be swooning and crying... Costco run for tissues may be in order 😉 Ready for the synopsis? Who else is excited for this??
A true story that encapsulates the horrors of war and the innocence of young love. Buried in a trunk for fifty years, this long-forgotten tale, told through letters and journals from the war-torn Vietnam era, has been resurrected. College students, Dennis and Greer, met and felt a spark just before moving to different states. Their witty correspondence through letters conjured a desire to meet again, but Dennis tried to keep his distance; duty is more important than love. As the two embarked on their journey into adulthood and navigated their relationship against the backdrop of war, they were writing a love story that will span the test of time.
It is important to contextualize events within world history. All events are the result of actions that came before and, in turn, influence events that follow. In the Timeline core exhibit at the HMC, the history of the Jewish people is juxtaposed with milestones in world history. How will you make a difference in history to come?