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Floor Time and the Real Estate Rookie - 02/28/07 01:52 AM
I have been reading as many posts as humanely possible and still work full-time, raise a family, etc. and I don't recall anyone mentioning floor time as a way to attract clients. Forgive me if it has already been discussed. I started my real estate career 2/1/06 and hit the ground running (with three kids in college I had to). My office manager told me, "Take floor time from anyone who offers it." And so I did. I figure I'm at the office anyway; I may as well get the walk-ins and phone calls. It has been the number one, hands down, (45 comments)
Del Norte County/Crescent City Restaurant Guide - Bistro Garden - 02/24/07 05:42 PM
Bistro Garden, 110 Anchor Way (in the harbor)Crescent City, CA. Phone: 707-464-5627Hours: Open 7 days a weekLunch: Mon-Sat 11am-2pm.Dinner: Mon-Sun 5pm-9pm. Sunday brunch 9am-2pm.Price range: (dinner entree): $16.95 - $26.95Recommended: Gorgonzola pasta with pecans - This homemade pasta is in a creamy gorgonzola sauce with green onions (not many), and pecans, served with sourdough bread & caesar salad or blackbean soup ~ $16.95I thoroughly delighted in every bite. The gorgonzola gives the sauce a bite, but it's not overpowering. I saved about a third and had it for lunch the next day. Mmmm, good.My spouse had Grilled salmon served with prawns (2 comments)
Ambrosia Grill ~ Restaurant and Catering 1270 Front Street, Crescent City, CA, Phone: 707-464-2400 Owners: David Vargas (Chef) and David McPhail Serves lunch and dinner. Price range (dinner entree): Linguine Alfredo - $10.95 - Prime Steak 14oz Rib eye, $26.95 Recommended: Forestier Country Chicken - Twin breasts of chicken lightly sauteed w/grape tomatoes, mushrooms, olives and a hint of rosemary in a Marsala reduction served w/bacon and onion risotto and seasoned vegetables, caesar salad or blackbean soup (the blackbean soup was thick, creamy and delicious) ~ $16.95 ~ Savory, flavorful and quite delicious. Recommended: Halibut - Grilled halibut with paradise papaya relish or pan (1 comments)
Del Norte County/Crescent City Events - Tall Ship Festival - 02/23/07 11:47 AM
Tall Ship Festival, May 1-6, 2007 - The Lady Washington and Hawaiin Chieftain will be showcased at the Coastal Redwoods Tall Ships Festival in Crescent City, CA, May 1-6, 2007. The ships will dock in and sail from Crescent City's harbor! - Enchance your Tall Ships fun with vendors, booths, plein air art, musicians, performers, clowns, etc., harborside, from Friday through Sunday. Enjoy Educational tours, Public tours, Adventure Sails, Battle Sails, Sunset Dinner Cruises, and affiliated special events throughout Del Norte County and Crescent City from Tuesday to Sunday. For More Information - Contact Event Organizer, Larry Lakes at email@example.com or (0 comments)
Del Norte County/Crescent City Business News - 02/23/07 11:34 AM
Here's what's going on today - I wandered across Northcrest Drive yesterday to the old Northridge Electric building to see what's going on. There has been a number of local contractors coming and going for a few weeks and my curiosity finally overcame me, yes it took two weeks. So, I drove across the street, parked my car, went in and checked it out.Renovating for new business - There is a huge room full of gym equipment with locker rooms going in this week. Yes, a new gym. All the equipment from Ramblin' Rose was purchased and moved to this location. (0 comments)
Del Norte County/Crescent City Restaurant Guide - Pizza King - 02/22/07 03:58 PM
Pizza King 1348 Front Street Crescent City, CA. Phone: 707-464-4890 Prices: Sandwiches - $5.45 - $6.25, entree's - $7.10 (pasta) - $12.15 (ribs), Lg combo pizza - $20.30. Menu includes salad bar and desserts. Serves lunch and dinner, has arcade games and a lounge with pool tables. Is available for club meetings and events for 20-60 people. The building was recently remodeled, is clean and pleasant. My husband and I always order the large combo pizza with a pint of beer (Mirror Pond, Steelehead, Bud and Miller on tap). The pizza has a nice amount of toppings, but not super thick (0 comments)
Welcome to Redwood West subdivision in Crescent City, CA (View Map)Lot Size: .5-1.5 acresPrice: $119,000-$225,000 Homes Priced: $269,000 to $349,000 Get your pick of the Lots! Redwood West is a planned residential development in the Northern California redwoods just north of Crescent City near the south bank of the prestigious Smith River known for it's excellent salmon and steelhead fishing. Thirty-four lots vary in size from .5 to 1.5 acres with city water, utilities, septic and paved roads.
Featured listing: 210 Skookum LaneCrescent City, CA 95531Priced at $269,000 Listed by RE/MAX Coastal Redwoods.
Gasquet, California. Home to the Forks of the Smith River - 02/11/07 11:52 PM
Gasquet, California, although small (pop. approx. 400), has some mighty attributes, chiefly, the Forks of the Smith River and Six Rivers National Forest. Middle Fork Ranch has cabins on the Smith River with two private swimming holes for snorkeling and swimming in summer, fishing for salmon and steelhead when in season. Patrick's Creek Lodge is a historical bed and breakfast on the shore of Patrick's Creek, another Salmon and Steelhead fishing spot.Six River's National Forest - Check out their web page for all this National Forest has to offer.Ward Field Airport - Twin engine planes and smaller.Kayaking information for the Smith River.Hunt for Big FootBear Basin Butte (0 comments)
What's in Ft Dick, California? - 02/11/07 10:34 PM
Map of Del Norte County and Ft. Dick The tiny community of Ft. Dick is 8 miles North of Crescent City and has several distinctions. Pacific Shores and Kellogg Beach - Ft. Dick is home to Pacific Shores, a never-developed subdivision between Lake Earl Drive and the Pacific Ocean. Pacific Shores subdivided floodlands in Lake Earl decades ago, and although no homes were ever constructed, 1,500 lots were created and streets were constructed. Pacific Shores borders the Pacific with a stretch of beach called Kellogg Beach. Closed to gas powered vehicles within the last 12 months, Kellogg Beach is a wonderful get-away for a quiet day on (0 comments)
The Lake Earl, Lake Tolowa Wildlife Refuge area is a wetland that begs to be explored. Nearly 300 bird species have been recorded here. In winter the water is alive with waterfowl, along with Bald Eagles, Peregrine Falcons, and other raptors. There are miles of hiking trails that are pristine, peaceful, and full of many different species of plants and mammals. Lake Earl, A Beautiful Place to Live - There is only one neighborhood in Del Norte County that borders the Lake Earl Wildlife Refuge and I live in that neighborhood. The street is aptly named Lakeside Loop and is a wonderful (5 comments)
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