Cynthia Larsen - Sonoma County Real Estate Broker

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The Turkey Trot in Cotati CA

 

Thanksgiving in my home this year was on Saturday, after waiting for 4 remaining family members to arrive.

Because of this, the Turkey Trot couldn't begin until Sunday morning, just to be safe.

Sure enough, I went outside to fetch the Sunday morning paper and about 30 "Thanksgiving survivors" were parading up and down my street.

They stopped traffic and weren't in any hurry to let anyone by. Even the Chihuahua I had in tow couldn't get them to move any faster.

Count your blessings, you lucky Turkeys!

 

 

 

Cynthia Larsen is the owner and broker of record for Safe Haven Realty and has worked and lived in Sonoma County for over 25 years. For more information about Sonoma County, check out Bodega Bay - Cotati - Penngrove - Petaluma - Rohnert Park - Santa RosaSebastopol - Sonoma Valley - Windsor.

 

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 Cynthia Larsen
Independent Broker/Owner - Safe Haven Realty

Sonoma County, California, USA
(707) 332-2560

www.cynthialarsen.com


17 commentsCynthia Larsen • November 29 2010 07:11PM
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