Treasure Island (San Francisco, CA)
By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Broker, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(Elizabeth Anne Weintraub, Broker)
I'd like to know who makes the time stand still when you walk into a room filled with busy northern California real estate agents. It was like a time warp, and there was nobody around to beam us back to the Mother ship. No sooner did JaCi and I step out of the Lincoln Town Car did time stop. It was like The Day the Earth Stood Still without Klaatu. Everybody was inside the Vie Winery, wine glasses in hand, huddled in groups and talking. When the bunch of real estate guys from Active Rain spotted us pull up, we received a hearty group roar. But the minute we entered the winery, it was like walking into another dimension. It was over almost as instantly as it started. I can't believe how fast the time flew for this Sacramento real estate agent. It was unbelievable. I was incedibly humbled...
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By Gene Riemenschneider, Turning Houses into Homes
(Home Point Real Estate)
San Francisco's Treasure Island Pirates Game June 23, 2012 Treasure Island is the man made island in the middle of San Francisco Bay that connects to Yerba Buena Island – which the Bay Bridge runs through. It used to be a naval base. However, now it is being cleaned up and is some housing and businesses. One business out there is a baseball training facility for young players. The Travel Team name they play under is the Pirates. There are a number of different Pirate teams for different age groups. My son Corbin is playing on a Soph/Frosh team that is designed for kids going into high school or Freshman moving up. The age range is 13-15 and Corbin is the youngest on the team. Today they had a game against a 16 and Under team from Union City that was from the local Little League's upper ...
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By Gene Riemenschneider, Turning Houses into Homes
(Home Point Real Estate)
Youth Pitching Coach in San Francisco Good Youth Pitching Coaches are hard to find. My son has been pitching starting in Little League and in Travel Baseball or Tournament Baseball. Everyone tells us he has good form and it seems natural to him, but we knew we needed a Good Youth Pitching Coach. I met Ken Salyer at a Travel Ball Tournament. He was just setting in the stands watching my son pitch. Not sure if he knew it was my son. He told me several things right away that I as a non expert could understand about what my son needed to do to get to the next level. His Web Site is under construction but you should check it out.  He told me his long term plans and what he is doing.  It will be impressive. Kenny Salyer is a Youth Pitching Coach at Game Plan Allstars. Ke...
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