Welcome to those lazy, hazy crazy days of summer!  It looks like we are going to make up this year for the past few years of mild temperatures.  Just this week has really been a sizzler!  We would love to hear from you and find out what you are doing this summer for fun and relaxation.  Maybe you have a favorite “getaway” that you can share with the rest of us!  Greg & I like to adventure to new places once in awhile, and one of our favorites was a trip to Shelter Cove on Hwy 1, north of Mendocino.  What a peaceful, beautiful place!  They have the only stretch of black sand beach in California.  We highly recommend it for a quiet vacation.  What is one of your favorite “go to” spots?

Things are going pretty well for us at the Gold Vine Grill.  I am back part time to work, and feeling stronger.  Greg will be finally getting his hip surgery at the end of September.  We are looking for a qualified replacement chef to help us for awhile, so if you know of an available cook looking for some work, send them our way!

We would like to take this opportunity to say “good-bye” to one of our team here at Gold Vine Grill.  Logan Durrett worked for us for over a year.  Logan was killed in a single vehicle accident two weeks ago.  Of course this came as a huge shock to us all.  We become kind of like a family working together at the Grill, and it saddens us greatly to lose a member of our team.  Logan was loved by many in this community.  We offer our condolences to his family and friends.

We hope that you all have a memorable summer…be sure to be safe and have fun.

One Response to Gold Vine Grapevine July/Aug. 2014

  • So glad to hear you are feeling stronger. Your type of leukemia is the same type that my husband (Derald) had, so I know what you are going through. I understand the chemo treatments, frequent blood tests, blood transfusions and recovery time at home. You are young enough for a bone marrow transplant and there is someone out there waiting to be your doner. Our grandson provided a bone marrow transplant to a young lady following the diagnosis of his grandfather. We look forward to seeing you one day soon.
    Barbara and Dean

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