The irony struck me when I made the wrong turn in Lakeport and found myself in the lake. Yep, the lake had flooded part of a street that I was driving on. It’s not every day we get to drive in our lake, and yet, very recently, I did just that. Winter seems to be in its prime, and yet the yellow daffodils are everywhere. Cherry blossoms are at their peak, and the sweet songs of birds can be heard between these storms, all promising us that Spring is already here and will win in the end, and the drought is that much further behind us. See, I’m still not complaining about the rain!
This week, I realized that I’ve written another Mexican restaurant review. I usually try to spread things and themes out a bit. But in my defense, it’s a taqueria and not a restaurant this time. Then catch up with our most recent Pay It Forward article, a new piece in the Our Voice column, the Music Guide, some good news, and a bit of local history. Stay safe, dry, and warm, Lake County!