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    My Dad

    by Callavetta Written Aug 1, 2005

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    Our favorite place to eat in Volcano is Mom and Dad's house! We almost always have something grilled or BBQ'd. I don't know why I can't get them to make those spare ribs anymore.

    Favorite Dish: Spareribs!

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    Here Comes Peter Cottontail

    by Callavetta Written Mar 21, 2005

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    Volcano is a town that always gets dressed up for the holiday. Spring is in the air and the Easter Bunny is in evidence. Residents have lined their walks with daffodils and tulips. Everything is fresh and green. Ooops, Rain predicted for tomorrow!

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    The old theatre

    by Callavetta Written Feb 26, 2005

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    Volcano has a rich history of Little Theatre. With performances played in a historic old building, usually one of the three performances each year is an old fashioned melodrama. What perfect venue for these fun audience interactive productions.

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Volcano Off The Beaten Path

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    a must see when the daffs are blooming

    by Callavetta Written Feb 26, 2005

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    Located on Shake Ridge Road, about 3 miles up and out of Volcano, is Daffodil Hill. Comprising several acres of old farm, every spring thousands and thousands of daffodils and poppies and other bulbs bloom into a proliferation of color. Fruit trees compete for attention and several squawking peacocks spread their tail feathers and join in the riot of color and rebirth.

    Typically Daffodil Hill opens sometime in late March. It's always subject to weather conditions. There have been several seasons when the poor daffs popped up just to be pounded down again by a late and sudden snow storm.

    On weekends this is a popular destination for motorcycle clubs, antique car groups, and Sunday drivers. Traffic can be pretty heavy on the narrow, curving two lane roads.

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