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OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK 11 AM – 5 PM (Closed on Tuesdays)
Serving up nothing by the side of the road for 42 years!

 

ALERT!  We are in the rainy season here in Big Sur,
which means Highway 1 is frequently closed.

Check here to make sure the Highway 1 is open before you make the trip!
CHP Traffic Incidentshttp://cad.chp.ca.gov
Road Informationhttps://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

 

The Revolt of The Public, A talk by author and ex-CIA analyst
Martin Gurri. February 22 at 3 PM
(This will be recorded for our podcast)

Good News 2: 
Tropic of Cancer clocks in at # 4 of Bob Dylan’s all time favorite books. 
Read about it here!

Quote from Carly Taylor’s article:
Miller is a powerful author to turn to in our periods of hopelessness, for he can breed joy where others find only nihilism. He sees “a world without hope but no despair.”

Stefan White and Magnus Torén sat down for a wonderful conversation (and a reunification after 31 years!) Here’s the Podcast Episode.

You will hear Stefan’s beautiful voice telling stories about family, Australia, Big Sur, Austria and much more. Some of the White family we speak of are in photographs that Stefan provided to the right: Stefan, Dan, Pat, Emil.
We also touch on:
The Morgenrath family.
Robert Redford and Sonia Braga
A mail-order bride Mother
Living close to where Hitler grew up
Biking in central Europe
Sleeping with headhunters
Being better than Giacometti!
Dr Zeus….and, very important for Stefan, we spoke of his dedication and love for Prem Rawat.

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WE NOW HAVE A BEAUTIFULLY SOUNDING PIANO!

A Steinway upright is now installed, tuned and ready for you to play, perform and record! (Acoustics in this room is legendary!)

The piano was donated to us by a generous family north of us and delivered by Howard Piano Moving.

Tuning by Nicholas Fettis.
Listen to him play the piano post tuning HERE!

My whole aim in life is to get near to God, that is, to get nearer to myself. That’s why it doesn’t matter to me what road I take. But music is very important. Music is a tonic for the pineal gland. Music isn’t Bach or Beethoven; music is the can-opener of the soul. It makes you terribly quiet inside, makes you aware that there’s a roof to your being.

To be is music, which is a profanation of silence in the interests of silence, and therefore beyond good and evil. Music is the manifestation of action without activity. It is the pure act of creation swimming on its own bosom. Music neither goads nor defends, neither seeks nor explains. Music is the noiseless sound made by the swimmer in the ocean of consciousness. It is a reward which can only be given by oneself. It is the gift of the god which one is because he has ceased thinking about god. It is an augur of the God which every one will become in due time, when all that is will be beyond imagination.

All music is still governed by the old astronomy, is the product of the hothouse, a panacea for Weltschmerz. Music is still the antidote for the nameless, but this is not yet music. Music is planetary fire, an irreducible which is all-sufficient; it is the slate-writing of the gods, the abracadabra which the learned and the ignorant alike muff because the axle has been unhooked.

/  Henry Miller