I will never return to Northern California again


Last updated 10/20/2006 at Noon

After being away from Northern California for 15 years, I was aghast when I returned recently and found there were no barrio-looking furniture stores, no liquor stores, no markets and, sadly, no tattoo parlors. There was also no trash or abandoned buildings along the road and only a group of ballet dancers loafing around the Texaco station.

One great advantage Fallbrook has over Northern California is that William P. Hardesty has moved back there, where he can rent a trailer for $2.50 a month and save money.

As Abraham Lincoln once said, “Good riddance to bad rubbish!”

Leo A. Sachs, Vista


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