No it's not Tahoe!!!

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Real Estate Agent with Dudum Real Estate Group - BuyStageSell.com

No, it's not Tahoe. 

It's Concord, Clayton, California on December  8, 9, 2009

Magical, and long lasting ...our golden hills look marvelous with a coat of snow.  Normally (the few times it has snowed here)  it melts in a couple of hours, it lasted a couple of days.  Breathtaking and with luck stayed over Wednesday, which is grandpa day for 4 of our 5 grandchildren.  The kids rewarded grandpa with a couple of snowballs.

Oakhurst golf course
Oakhurst Country Club in the Snow

Mt. Diablo from the end of Mt Rushmore culdesac greenbelt in Dana Hills
Mt. Diablo

Mt. Diablo foothills from the window of property at Mt Rushmore Court, Clayton
View from 90 Mount Rushmore Court in Clayton

Mt. Diablo
Mt. Diablo in the snow

The best thing about snow - Kids playing in it!
Kids playing in the snow
Kids playing in the snow

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Terrylynn has been a Realtor in Contra Costa County for over 30 years.  She works with the Dudum Real Estate Group. Terrylynn is a local expert, who believes in specializing for better service to her clients.  She gives talks on Foreclosure Alternatives, Make Home Affordable Programs, Home Staging Consults before you Sell, and is a Senior Real Estate Specialist, Real Estate Collaborative Specialist-Divorce, Certified Residential Professional, EcoBroker and any more. There is no silly question, call now for advice and counsel about your real estate investment.  Click here for a question about the area.  Visit www.BuyStageSell.com to learn more about Terrylynn and her team of Real Estate Professionals and Staging Professionals.  We even stage our short sales! Why?  Because it works.    925 8760966  www.BuyStageSell.com

 

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Hi Terrylynn, The photo are great and what beautiful grandchildren!  Thanks for sharing the photos and your family with us.

December 14, 2009 03:14 PM
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Gary, you are most welcome.  So how is the weather in West Michigan.  I am from Wisconsin, so not missing what I'd be missing, although this much snow is just fun for us, it never got below 28 degrees...Thanks for commenting.

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