The Wine Country Online

Winter Light on a Barrel of Cats
At Preston Vineyards

Winter-Spring 2002
"Buckeye" Issue

Welcome to the Winter-Spring 2002 issue of a marketplace for California food, wine and art.

As I begin my third year of publishing, this winter's issue features a fresh focus on the pleasures of life and the art of making a creative living in the Wine Country.

Visit the Buckeye Forest with Jack
The goal of presenting these pages is to put people with Wine Country interests directly in contact with Wine Country goods, services and information.

Jack Burton
709 Fitch St.
Healdsburg, CA 95448

Poem by Janette Burton

I would like to thank all the people who have generously given their time and enthusiasm to this issue:

Feature Writing:

    Jack Burton
    Ken Stanton


    Carrie Brown
    Sändra Novia


    Carrie Brown


    Jack Burton
    Nancy Norton




    Penelope La Montagne


    Marci Murphy   Murphy Business Services

HTML and Imaging:

    Jeffrey Kopp

No. 9, Copyright © January 2002, March 2002 by Jack Burton

While all rights to this publication are reserved, invites you to print a copy or two of any part or all of this magazine for your own personal enjoyment or to pass along to a friend.

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Reprints and Advertising. If you are interested in using any of our stories, photos, recipes or interviews for re-publication, or to arrange ad placement in our "Market Plaza" section, please contact the Editor for rates and details.

Submissions. For inclusion in the Calendar, please submit events prior to 3/1 (for April, May and June), 6/1 (for July, Aug. and Sept), 9/1 (for Oct., Nov. and Dec.), and 12/1 (for Jan., Feb. and March) to the editor. If you have image files to email, please send them separately to the webmaster. Thanks!

Webmaster note re colors: Images appear lighter on Macs than PCs due to differences in gamma correction built into the systems. I try to adjust the images to fall about halfway between.

Let's Talk Business!

With the publication of this ninth issue we are entering our third year of providing a conversational and casual portal to the life and flavor of California's Wine Country. We have also arrived at a point where I believe the magazine needs to begin a search for a partner, business or nonprofit organization that would be able to capitalize on these good beginnings.

Interested parties should feel free to contact me by phone or email.

Jack Burton