ROCKIN' THE OFFICE
As a reporter, correspondent and news anchor, my work space was always in a large newsroom setting. It wasn't until I began work as a ceo that I got a corner office and one even had a view of a lake and green space. Going back into journalism I had a great large office walled by windows-one side viewing the street and the other looking down onto a huge working news operation.
Where do you work? What do you think of this work space?The outcropping on a wide bench overlooking the Pacific
is where Salinan Indians spent hours, grinding grasses or
nuts into a food paste.
Modern Californians have discovered these grinding mortars or holes, that centuries ago were part of tribal food prep.
Tucked conveniently into rocks, the native people could sit, work the mortars and take in the view from the office window.
Hard to top an office with this view?
It would have been fun to sit in the office when the pitch for this spot was done. Here's a smile or two for your weekend. Enjoy.
See you down the trail.