At no point in my blogging career however, has Google removed me from its search Listings. That’s actually pretty extraordinary because much of my writing since then, could best be described as ‘controversial.’
Yet here I am toiling away at a neighborhood blog that Google refuses to show in its Search results any longer.
How does an Open Space Feature as massive as this one elude the general public? By design.
Know this you Damnable storm from hell! WE WILL REBUILD! We denizens of the Heights will never succumb to you! We will never accept the swill that other, lesser neighborhoods dare call coffee! NEVER!!!
Curious about this little clearing I set off with TaTa, our rescue dog in search of what it could possibly be about, and more importantly to see if there was a cliff-hugging trail that might take us around the the northern face of Normal Heights.
The breakfast is an annual event and from what I could make of the AABA calendar, an important one for the Association. It’s not as stuffy as your quarterly budget meeting, but not an event of scale like the Adams Avenue Street Fair, or Taste of Adams,
Justin Arn is a San Diego resident, sometime thru-hiker, expert margarita-maker, and dilettante blogger. Justin graduated from Mt. Carmel high school, attended the University of Hawaii, and Miramar Community College. He is a passionate digital space-maker for small businesses, and can be reached through the contact page of this blog. Projects and Assignments: Arn EnterPrizes… Continue reading About the Author