Building quality homes in a timely fashion doesn’t happen without great subcontractors and vendors. Thank you to our business partners for your continued efforts to provide excellent service for our homeowners!
What a great day! County Supervisor Shirley Zane helped us welcome Tom back into his home in Miramonte in Fountaingrove!
My husband Bill (@jeeps1908
) has been working in Santa Rosa, CA (@visitsantarosa
) with his Dad, brothers, and friend Jesse in @sonoma_county_builders
rebuilding homes destroyed by the fires last October. I recently joined him down here (hence the #tinyhomeliving
) and I have been so amazed by their progress and proud to see them all working so hard to help families rebuild their lives by rebuilding their homes. We’re having a big open house on site tomorrow to celebrate the completion of the first 3 homes in Fountaingrove. ❤️ 🏠❤️
Final preparations are underway for our celebration tomorrow! We hope you’ll join us as we celebrate the first first complete fire rebuild homes in Fountaingrove!
“Sonoma Heart” - ink on 8” x 10” canvas. I still remember last year’s fires like it was yesterday. Of course the devastation, but also the community it had created among strangers. I will never forget how it brought everyone together. Thanks again Santa Rosa and thanks to the first responders that came from all over to help. #sonomacounty #santarosastrong #artworkofcjc
Summer lessons for fall races
‘I’ve been talking to different coaches this summer about racing tactics. I want to remember that no matter how much it hurts in a race, not to back down, to take chances to hurt even more. Before I know it, the moment will have passed and I won’t have accomplished all I could have.’
- September 2002, cross country journal
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I doubt my thoughts as a 16 year old will ever lose their relevance. As I return to optimal training loads and look ahead to more racing, now is a good time to reflect on putting forth my best effort and walking away with no regrets each time I toe the line.
Our first three homes in Miramonte in Fountaingrove are complete!
Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with County Supervisor Shirley Zane this Saturday, Sept 15th 12-2 pm! BBQ! KZST broadcasting live!
Repost from @winecountrycustomhomes
Just spoke with them and they’ve got an opening for their next rebuild if you or anyone you know still hasn’t been able to lockdown a builder for your place!
The view from up here never gets old 👌
The New Balance 5th Avenue Mile went by in a blur!
I knew I was stepping deep into the arena today as part of a world class mile field assembled by New York Road Runners. Watching every woman run away from me as I came through the quarter mile in 62 seconds set the stage for me to turn my legs over as fast as I could muster.
Today that effort was good for 20th place in 4:33. I had a blast; it hurt like it’s supposed to; and I leave New York having taken another step back toward where I belong on the competitive stage.
I can’t wait to race again in four weeks, but first I’m excited to hunker down to train and use today as a stimulus to build even more fitness.
My kids were wild tonight 🙄 but I found a peaceful moment with this sweet girl 💜
CEO David Keith and our client Tom about the first fire rebuild completed on Fountaingrove in Santa Rosa, CA! See the story at this link!
These interviews were so heartfelt and enlightening when I heard them first-hand. I am consistently impressed by the professionalism of my colleagues. I'm looking forward to watching tonight on ABC.
Harrowing body cam footage shows inside of life-threatening 2017 Santa Rosa fire.
From Oct. 8-9, 2017, Santa Rosa police officers and other first responders were in a race against time to evacuate residents during one of California’s deadliest wildfires.
#santarosa #santarosafire #fire #firefighter
#santarosastrong #sonomastrong #sonomacountystrong
Sonoma County Builders is busy in Miramonte! Beautiful exterior finishes and landscaping all coming together!
We are proud to have our client Tom’s house rebuild featured in The Press Democrat!
These boots helped Curtis Smith fight the Hanley Fire in 1964, while he was a volunteer at the Rincon Valley Fire Department. On the night of October 8, 2017, when Curtis awoke to his neighbors banging on the door of his Wikiup home, he grabbed his boots, along with his beloved saxophone, and fled before his home was destroyed. He later used his boots to sift through the rubble, where he found his wife’s wedding rings. His boots, along with other objects accessioned into the Museum’s permanent collection, will be included in “From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds,” opening on October 6th. More about Curtis’s story: https://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/8062174-181/sonoma-stories-he-helped-build?sba=AAS