Bahl Hornin’ (Good drinking) in Anderson Valley, California

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    1. I love “applehead” too! It’s my nickname for my sweet dog Juniper because everyone falls in love with her. Thanks for reading, I’m so glad you enjoyed our little trip to Anderson Valley 🙂

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      1. Thank you, Cathy! We named her Juniper because I love the scent of Juniper trees, and as she is a one-in-a-million dog, I wanted her to have a unique name. However, what’s funny is that when I’m in New Mexico (Santa Fe in particular) Juniper trees are everywhere so it probably seems like a mundane and odd name choice to many westerners! If we end up moving out to NM, perhaps I should rename her Poplar, Oak, or Maple 😉

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      2. That is so cool, Marsi, how you came up with her “unusual” name, which may not be so unusual if you move to NM. 🙂 On my trip to the Four Corners last year, I fell in love with the gnarled juniper trees.

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    1. High pockets is a good one, isn’t it?! My husband and I were saying that we should try to revive some of these colorful phrases by using them in our daily language. Though no one in the south would have a clue as to the origin, which is funny because many of the early Anderson Valley settlers were from the south. Full circle!

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