31 August 2010
28 August 2010
27 August 2010
This is where we live, Trilogy at Rio Vista. Our little colony. (Northern California's Luxury Community)
Trilogy at Rio Vista
At Trilogy at Rio Vista in Rio Vista, California (near Lodi, Brentwood, Antioch, Discovery Bay, Sacramento and Stockton) there are numerous amenities to enjoy, including the Delta Club and Vista Club, the championship golf course Trilogy Golf Club at Rio Vista designed by Ted Robinson, Sr., the athletic club, Nines American Cooking bar & restaurant, and more. Anyone looking for a great deal on a great home that includes solar power will love Trilogy at Rio Vista, as well anyone looking for exceptional active adult retirement living with easy access to San Francisco, Walnut creek, Oaklnad, Sacramento, and Stockton.
Trilogy active adult communities in Redmond, Washington (near Seattle), Peoria, Arizona (near Phoenix, Glendale & Scottsdale), Queen Creek, Arizona (near Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Gilbert & Chandler), Southern California (in La Quinta near Palm Springs & Palm Desert, and in Glen Ivy near Corona in the Island Empire), Northern California (in Rio Vista near Oakland, San Francisco & Sacramento, in Brentwood near Antioch, Discovery Bay, and Walnut Creek, and in Nipomo near Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach), and Deland, Florida (near Orlando & Daytona Beach), are created by home builder Shea Homes as active adult communities for people looking for the highest quality active adult living. Each Trilogy community is unique but all are Resort Communities featuring luxury contemporary homes. Many of these Active Lifestyle Communities cater to the 55 plus community.
Trilogy Locations include: Trilogy at Rio Vista in Rio Vista, California near Sacramento, San Francisco, and Oakland (where you'll find Trilogy Golf Club at Rio Vista CA), Trilogy at Redmond Ridge in Redmond, Washington near Seattle, Bellevue, and Edmonds (where you'll find the Golf Club at Redmond Ridge), Trilogy at Vistancia in Peoria, Arizona near Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Glendale (where you'll find the Alvea Spa at Trilogy at Vistancia and Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia), Trilogy Central Coast in Nipomo, California near Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach (a California active adult community where you'll find the Monarch Club, home to Adelina's Bistro & Market Place and the Sandalwood Spa), Trilogy at Power Ranch in Gilbert, Arizona near Chandler and Mesa (where you'll find TrilogyGolf Club at Power Ranch), the soon-to-be-built Trilogy at Mountain House in Mountain House, California near Pleasanton, Tracy, and Livermore, Trilogy at Glen Ivy in Corona, California in the heart of the Inland Empire (where you'll find Trilogy Golf Club at Glen Ivy), Trilogy at the Vineyards in Brentwood, California near Antioch and Discovery Bay (where you'll find the Brentwood Golf Club), Trilogy at La Quinta in La Quinta, California near Palm Springs and Palm Desert (a California retirement community featuring the PGA Tour venue Trilogy Golf Club at La Quinta), and Encanterra, A Trilogy Country Club in Queen Creek, Arizona near Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa (one of our active adult communities in Arizona where you'll find the Golf Magazine top rated private championship golf course Encanterra, a Trilogy Country Club). Also by Shea Homes Active Lifestyle Communities is Victoria Gardens in Deland, Florida (the first of our Florida active adult communities).
Each Trilogy active adult community features Trilogy homes for the over 55 community. As builders of luxury homes and upscale developments, Trilogy by Shea Homes is a leader in active adult retirement communities in California, Arizona, Washington and Florida.
Don't miss the Vista Club, the Athletic Club, the Cyber Café, the Center for Higher Learning, Nines American Cooking and Trilogy Golf Club at Rio Vista.
For community-specific information or directions to Trilogy at Rio Vista or other Trilogy active lifestyle communities, please visit the community websites.
Houses start in the $170K range. Trilogy is two miles outside of Rio Vista.
Egg recall? Time to start thinking regionally rather than globally. And stop subsidizing factory/commercial farms. Start helping the local/family farmers. They produce better products and are true stewards of the soil.
Facebook sues Teachbook over name similarity (Telegraph) Close to sayonara, Mark. I'm getting fed up.
25 August 2010
24 August 2010
A good reason to reduce our online labors and other activities that require electricity. Take a walk. Talk to your neighbors. How many books have you not read? Paintings you have yet to paint? There is something to be said about aspects of Pre-Edisonian life.
15 August 2010
12 August 2010
Homo sapiens sapiens will not be extinct in 100 years but their population may be much less and on a way to a more rapid evolution. The world as we know it could be much different world in a century. The banned phrase and program, "population control", is something we have to confront and begin implementing in some way or our grandchildren will live on a far different Earth. Politicians are scared to death whenever they are confronted with the population question, if the subject is "ever" brought up. Population growth is the basis of all the other problems we face and must be addressed. The population must unite and mobilize. The population is also the solution.
11 August 2010
08 August 2010
The US of A has yet to sign the Convention on Cluster Munitions. Cluster bombs do not belong on the battlefield. A battlefield will eventually return to a school yard or a farmer's field.
07 August 2010
05 August 2010
So Facebook advertisers are spending twice as much this year as last year. Aren't they wasting their money? Who actually looks at the ads? I barely have time to read a small fraction of my online social missives let alone read an advert.
A lot to be said about "buying" locally. Actually, we should not be buying dogs and cats but adopting the homeless and abused animals. We may want to start asking if any animals are on the flight manifest of the aircraft we fly on next time. Then we can voice our concern about their welfare if there happens to be a delay. What are the rules for animals on delayed flights? The humans are covered. Not well, but they are covered. I can think of a lot of dogs and cats I would rather have sitting next to me on a flight than a human.