THIS COMING WEEK HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING EXCESSIVE RAIN TO THE REGION AS WELL AS STRONG WINDS. RAIN IS EXPECTED EVERYDAY NEXT WEEK. THEREFORE THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO STOCK UP ON EMERGENCY SUPPLIES IN THE EVENT OF POWER OUTAGES AND OTHER WEATHER RELATED PROBLEMS. STAY TUNED TO THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION.
In addition to what is listed below, John Handy writes that one can just purchase the entertainment and dinner for $50, so call the number below if interested in attending.
BUY a YURT & BE a LIGHT
Treebones is offering a special Star lit night of Big Sur bliss & beauty to all those who would like to create & be part of a very magical event.
A one of a kind opportunity to enjoy the 16 cozy yurts nestled in a tribal- like village perched over the pacific ocean with your friends.
HOW MUCH? $2oo buys a yurt, dinner & breakfast for two.
Or slice it up… $100 a person, double occupancy
WHEN? Wednesday December 9th (which happens to be Crystal’s birthday)
Check in starts a 3 pm.
Appetizers and Silent Auction Preview at 6:30 pm
Dinner and live music at 7 pm.
HOW? Call Donna 877 424 4787
Includes chef inspired gourmet buffet dinner South Coast style with all the fresh greens harvested from the onsite garden, various local side dishes, pass around sushi appetizers, wine & dessert , sleeping accommodations (double occupancy) , use of heated pool & ocean view hot tub and wonderful Big Sur entertainment.
Begins at 3 pm check in, ends at 11 am Dec 10. Certain terms & conditions will apply
On top of the dinner, continental breakfast & overnight stay we will host a no-obligation silent auction with artful, practical & seasonal items for sale.
All the proceeds are going to the local Gries family. It is the heartfelt wish of Treebones & staff to volunteer their efforts and business entirely to meet the goal of helping this family whose story follows:
“Recently, Crystal Gries, Big Sur Volunteer Firefighter and EMT, was involved in a terrible accident on Highway #1. Her SUV flipped several times and her neck was broken. Miraculously she survived and her baby was unharmed. I visited her the other night; thankfully she’s going to recover without paralysis. When I spoke to her and her husband Tommy (who is also a volunteer firefighter here in Big Sur), my eyes filled with tears as I started to understand the true scope of their financial problems. No medical & Tommy can’t work while Crystal is recuperating for 2 or more months. Crystal & Tommy are giving people who have dedicated extreme amounts of their own time through the years on the Brigade; helping others in fires or accidents. They need our help now.” John Handy, Owner Treebones
It’s in your hands, let it move to your heart.