This morning we woke to the cool comfort of a soft gray fog. The days previous have been unseasonably warm, but now as we move into Autumn–accompanied by the incredible beauty of an eclipse of the full harvest moon–we in the Bay Area are getting ready for fall.
Many homeowners are preparing for the predicted El Nino rains and are cleaning gutters and patching roofs. Gardeners are mulching the drought resultant bare spots in the garden to prevent soil erosion, and downslope hill homeowners are stocking up on sandbags to keep potential floodwater from their property.
No matter where we are, every Californian has their fingers crossed for rainy winter, and by our actions we’re hoping to create a wet result. But as they say, all work and no play make Jack a dull boy, so let’s see what free fun is in store for us this week!
TUESDAY SEPT 28TH
Lemony Snicket’s final release party
WEDNESDAY SEPT 29TH
Michael Jackson Tribute Concert in Albany
THURSDAY SEPT 30TH
Volunteer for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass
FRIDAY OCT 1ST
Oakland First Fridays Art Walk
SATURDAY OCT 2ND
SUNDAY OCT 3RD
Nature Walk: The Heart of Knowland Park
Enjoy these lovely fall days, and remember, if you’re thinking of buying or selling a home in the East Bay, give me a call at 510-527-0174. I’m happy to help you with any questions or concerns about the East Bay housing market.
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Whatever your real estate need, I’m happy to help!
Coldwell Banker in Berkeley