The Mission, Backyard
IN our never-ending quest to bring you a more powerful and useful “virtual” experience of that fanciful (yet completely real) home and gardens that we call the Mission, we venture boldly forth into the brave new world of Windows’ Panoramio, a web site at which photographs roughly the size of freight cars (stitched together of many smaller shots), can be uploaded for your viewing pleasure.
The “computer thing” is not everybody’s cup of tea, we realize and certainly understand. Therefore, no quiz will be given. Yet we figured it a worthy experiment, to see if people considering the properties might find useful another point of view. So, if you’d like to take a look at a couple of epic-scale photos of the Mission and more of its neighboring “book-end” rental property, Lost Reef Cottage, (which is, after all, part of the sprawling green urban oasis, and an inseparable part of its unique and “green” ambience),
The Yellow Garden Gate marking the entrance to the Coral-Bench Garden area shared by the Cottage, straight ahead and back, and the Mission, to the R. The 1937 Old Spanish classic to the L is the place we are fortunate to call “Home, Sweet Home.”
Then just visit http://www.panoramio.com/photo