It began with four young architects sitting atop 100-foot cliffs that plunge into the Pacific. They dreamt of creating a new
model for coastal development. That was in 1965. What happened next was monumental.|Writer David Hanson
Centuries-old cypress hedgerows were planted as windbreaks between the grazing meadows. Now they protect the houses lining
their edges and the hikers walking beside them.
Don’t get bogged down thinking cranberries are just for traditional sauce. There’s way more to this tart treat.
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