Photos: Game of Thorns

Sunday, July 7, 2019
Photos by Jerry Solomon

In the "hood" the cacti are making their presence visible, producing the fruits as seen hereon. As normal fruit progresses to ripen, colors change from green to red . . . to??? Stay tuned . . .

Photos: Wellness Retreat

Saturday, May 18, 2019
Santa Rosa Clubhouse

Resident Comments

Thank you for a wonderful day! The Mind-Body Wellness Retreat was a big success. During short breaks, in between classes and during lunch, these are some of the words and comments that attendees said about today’s event that I wanted to pass on:

  • Motivating
  • Revitalizing
  • Calming
  • Peaceful
  • Invigorating
  • Relaxing
  • Energizing
  • Zen
  • Refreshing
  • Soothing
  • Fun
  • Helpful
  • My head is clear now. I feel like I took a walk on the beach.
  • I never thought Chair Yoga would be something that I’d be interested in. What a great class.
  • I hope we can do this again.
  • You have no idea how much I needed this. I just moved here and this was the best Saturday I’ve had in a very long time.
  • I’m definitely going to try that Tai Chi class now.
  • I didn’t think I’d like the guided meditation but I really did.
  • I’m 70-something & I’m still learning how to breathe! I never tried to exhale longer that I inhale. It felt so good.
  • I’m grateful that we have such talented instructors.
  • I’ve lived in several 55+ communities and they never had anything like this.
  • I couldn’t do a lot today but I did what I could & I feel so much better than I did when I first got here.

I could go on and on, Valeria. Thank you and your team for organizing, teaching, and supporting the retreat.

 - Traci  

The wellness retreat was outstanding. The concept, planning and implementation resulted in a very special day. The lunch buffet and the wine/champagne were the icing on the cake.

- Graham

Photos: Phase 3 Dog Park Dogs

Do you recognize any of these guys? These are the faces of the dogs that meet regularly at 7:00 AM at the Phase 3 dog park. Whether it’s chasing balls, playing tug-of-war, or just rolling around on the grass, they all have their “besties” to romp and play with.

Photo provided by Mary Riege