"Life is one big transition."
September's days are becoming noticeably shorter, and the season of tourists (also known as summer) has come and gone again in Laguna. Locals mark the reclaiming of the village by the final performance of the Last Supper, the observance of Labor Day weekend, and the beginning of a new school year.
The first tangible result of summer's closing will be the availability of parking throughout town again. Well, maybe not at Thalia, Oak or Brooks if there is a swell afoot.
Speaking of last supper, my final meal at Five Feet was much like my first with Rev. Bob Cornelison so many years ago — splendid! Michael Kang's unparalleled run of superb food and service came to a celebratory conclusion last week.
Catharine and I recalled the many wonderful meals we enjoyed through the years and the generosity (and uniqueness) of our host. There wasn't a worthwhile cause that Michael did not support in town and beyond. His classy establishment will be missed.