The Conejo Valley has so many beautiful fountains splashing away! I think they add so much to any area, with their pleasant sounds and cooling mist…not to mention the refreshing negative ions they create. Pictured is a unique and elegant fountain that reminds me of Moorish Spain. Do you know where in the Conejo this fountain delights? [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Where in the Conejo?'
March 6th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Where in the Conejo?
October 18th, 2010 · No Comments · Conejo Valley, History, Where in the Conejo?
Dean identified where in the Conejo the copy of the Chumash dwelling is! For the answer, go to: http://www.conejopost.com/archives/4232 Posted by Janna Orkney
October 17th, 2010 · 2 Comments · California, Conejo Valley, History, Where in the Conejo?
This Chumash dwelling sits in the shade, In the old days, how was it made? Bent branches of willow trees were the frame, And on top of these, Cattails and bullrushes came. This shelter was called an “ap, Hey Apple, what do you think of that? Can you tell us, where in the Conejo is this? [...]
October 1st, 2010 · No Comments · Where in the Conejo?
A crow stands atop a stone pillar, With a green apple attached below. Where in the Conejo is this? Is this something that you know? And, what does it mean? It is quite dramatic…yes, But what it means is anybody’s guess! Post and photo by Janna Orkney
September 16th, 2010 · No Comments · Where in the Conejo?
It looks like two stones talking to each other, Or two sides of a parenthesis. Where in the Conejo is this? Post and photo by Janna Orkney
August 31st, 2010 · No Comments · Where in the Conejo?
A sculptural work I like quite a lot, Maybe you like it too, Or maybe not. The silver brushed metal Reminds me of waves. As I walk by it, You will hear my raves. Where in the Conejo is this? Sure, I could tell you where, But, that wouldn’t be fair! Post and photo by [...]
August 18th, 2010 · No Comments · Where in the Conejo?
Congratulations to Derek and Topiary Gumshoe, on naming the location of the fountain and pool with spouting fish! Photo by Janna Orkney