Walter, your generosity is only surpassed by your kindness and willingness to teach and share with all you meet and all of us on the forum. Your actions and heart are commendable.
Thank you !
Mark: Thanks. I am sorry we missed each other in Santa Rosa. I ran a similar operation out of Santa Rosa Middle School for 12 years (left in 2006). We did stuff like this all the time and unoffically ran our bakery/pizzeria because I lacked a commercial coded room but we made all we make now and sold them to over 30 business people downtown (their employees bought from us for themselves not to sell to the public). We had an incredibley ecclectic clientele. From the high end law offices, the hippy record store, the catholic homeless shelter, FISH, banks, thrift store, parking lot guards, realtor offices, cops(would stop us as we walked from shop to shop) and so on. We often would set up in front of the thrift store across the street from our school, have kids with signs saying great baked goods for sale here, I played my guitar, and my students drew sidewalk art. They were some good days! Walter
here I was in front of the hippy music store on 4th street. It got shut down for doing illegal activities. They let me set up there for free in the summers (I was off for the summers) and the turkish flower woman would feed me lunch everyday and sweep to my beats.