February 2007 - Editor's Letter
● By Brandi Barnett
Editor's LetterFebruary 2007
Looking for love, I know it must be so.
It comes without ribbons! It comes without tags!
It comes without packages, boxes or bags!
Maybe Love doesn't come from a store.
Maybe love…perhaps, means a little bit more!
In this issue of Enjoy, experience the many different shapes and forms of love, from long distance romance to the love of a craft. Join us on a journey as we explore the reason for a replica Coronation Carriage for Napoleon I and learn how a violin maker crafts the perfect pitch. Its an experience of being lifted to another place when Harrison gently pulls the bow over the strings, releasing a melody with absolute purity and perfection. That’s love. The love of a forgotten time with the re-awakening of the Lady Lorenz Hotel. Love from days gone by and brand new loves. Our love of knowledge, found in the new Library and the symbolic passing of the books from the old library to the new. And, of course, our love of hearing those three magical words, “I love you.” And we have ten great places to share those words.Whether it’s on the eternal monument of the Sundial Bridge or the Sunset Dinner Train, with the melodic sound of metal wheels connecting with the track while viewing the Alpine Vistas, February 14th can be a memory for a lifetime.
Finally, sharing the love with the community, the designer of the replica Napoleon's Coronation Coach says, “I just made it for people to enjoy.” So, if you are looking for love you just might discover it, inside…