Tyler designed and built this one-of-a-kind ranch gate and fence. The cantilever gate is twelve feet wide and four feet high, made with 2x6 redwood lumber, and jointed with dowels and epoxy, no screws or nails. The fence is epoxy framed redwood, finished with cedar panels connected with deck screws. The stain is bitterwood Penefin stain. The ranch gate heavy duty hinges and hardware was purchased at Snug Cottage Hardware.
Andrew and Geneva serving some phenomenal BBQ today at Let's Grub BBQ in Temecula – 30590 Rancho California Road - (951) 972-8719. I have visited 4 times in the last few months and this has quickly become my favorite restaurant in the area. Today, Brisket Slices, Potato Salad, finished with a suggestion from manager Greg, his favorite, Salted Caramel Ice Cream. Wow, this BBQ joint does not taste normal – it's out of this world. Restaurants that cook with love have little competition, and Let's Grub BBQ is elite! Great brand experience, fun design, finely sharpened little details, incredibly balanced flavors – and highly endorsed by Rusty Fork Ranch. Check it out. letsgrubbbq.com
Hang ten, Temecula? City considers wave pool.
Temecula residents who have long pined for the surf breaks enjoyed by the bikini and boardshorts set on the coast may get the next best thing.
Mayor Mike Naggar, who has been trying to bring a water park to Temecula for more than a decade, has asked city staffers to contact Surf Loch, a San Diego-based company that makes wave pools, to gauge its interest in city-owned property at Diaz Road and Dendy Parkway.