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You Can't Hide an Elephant in an Omelet has been picked up by Bangkok Books. For those who have been wanting to read a cleverly written book about eating omelets in South East Asia here's your opportunity. Click on the photo or the link Kindle,
It’s a long bicycle ride from the Kirk Creek Campground to Cambria. The Bridge Street Inn doesn’t open till 5PM. You are too tired to explore the many hiking trails. If a relaxing friendly atmosphere and delicious beer sounds like your style you are in luck.
The Cambria Ale House offers 14 different kinds of brew on tap. On Wensday and Thursday, the Ale House offers a happy hour from 1PM to 6PM. Dollar off pints. Plenty of bicycle parking in the front.
THE CCSD LETTER:
“Effective March 1, 2014 the CCSD is implementing the following mandatory conservation measures. From January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013 your average water use was 31 units. Your allotment is 80% of your average monthly water usage. This amount is 25 units. A five hundred percent surcharge (first violation) shall apply to all water use in excess of customer unit allotment.”
The Bridge Street Inn staff and guests are doing what we can to make Cambria once again a less thirsty, spotlessly clean car driving, and manicured rose colored yard TOWN. The photo blog documents what the BSI implemented in Jan and Feb 2014 to conserve water. The last two blogs document what the BSI implemented before 2014 to conserve water.
Happy Guests, Dirty Sheets, and Greywater grow delicious Apples at The Bridge Street Inn
At the Bridge Street Inn guest, Fransico De Lovely, longly eyes the apple in his hand. “These homegrown apples are crisp like your line dried sheets. Every bite I take makes me pat my belly in joy. My belly has loved the company of many an apple raised on worm castings, garden compost, the shit from a goat, warm sun rays, and the most pure spring waters. Never have I tasted an apple quite as delicious as the one I hold in my hand.
I reply, “There are 3 elements missing from the above apple growing ingredients. They are happy guests, dirty sheets, and greywater.
After a happy guest checks out of The Bridge Street Inn by 10:30AM I strip their bed then put the sheets into the wash machine. When the sheets have gone through the wash cycle the biodegradable soap and dirty water exit.
The greywater flows through pipes that lead to the underground root system of the apple tree. The now damp clean sheets are line dried and the process starts over again.”
Fransico De Lovely looks at his clean toe nails and strokes his well trimmed mustache he sighs, “I notice several beds are unoccupied. Sadly, I’m only dirty enough to dirty one bed per night. What’s going to happen to her?” As he points towards the apple tree.
“Friend, cheer up!” I say, “The apple tree loves the frosty nights and warm sandal wearing days. Life at The Bridge Street Inn has a healthy ebb and flow that coincides with the seasons. As the tourist season slows into the colder months the winter rains replace the greywater system. Our apple tree has found a balance between what nature and happy guests can provide.”
Happy guests + dirty sheets + greywater + nature = delicious healthy apples
What Guests wash their Hands with Toilet Water?
Aimee Wyatt explains the Bridge Street Inn’s approaches to water conservation, including directions on how to make a lid sink.
For further lid sink instructions check out Bridge Street Inn guest Stephanie Croff’s amazing lid sink story. http://croffcreative.blogspot.com/2011/11/new-birthday-new-projects-lid-sink.html
Billy Jam of Amoebe Records discusses his latest article Live Concerts from Prisons and Mental Institutions
BSI guest, Billy Jam, Amoeba Records journalist, shares stories about the 1980s punk scene. He recently wrote an article about live concerts in mental institutions. Here’s a link the article.
Cramps playing at the Napa State Mental Hospital.