Sheila O'Connor Writes "Filoli, California, A Place of Great Serenity"

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Filoli Gardens Fountain © John Montgomery
Filoli Gardens Fountain © John Montgomery

Sheila O’Connor captures the essence of Filoli Gardens in her most recent Examiner.com article—and solves the mystery behind the name (hint: it’s not Italian). The mellifluous name derives from the credo of the Bourn family, who built the estate—“FIght for a just cause; LOve your fellow man; LIve a good life. You’ll find the article at http://www.examiner.com/world-travel-in-san-francisco/sf-filoli-california-a-place-of-serenity-photos.
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