“Some folks like to get away, take a holiday from the neighborhood, hop a flight to Miami Beach or Hollywood.”
But I’m flying Frontier, through the blue and gentle skies; I’m in a Napa Valley state of mind.
The Napa Valley has for many years been a place that drew people in by its sheer natural beauty. The emergence of literally hundreds upon hundreds of wineries no doubt playing a role in the attraction. Yet lately, the Valley has come to take on, in places, certain Disneyland-like qualities; the elegance and refined nature of the landscape and its most valuable product being overtaken by housing developments such as American Canyon, with McDonalds, Target, Starbucks, and other throw-away chains popping up, tarnishing the formerly prelapsarian beauty of the tiny, narrow basin that today is often backed up with taillights for miles on end… [read more]*
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