Production Slowdown!

San Francisco Giants 2010 World Champion Trophy with Dave

Due to unbelievable circumstances we will be shutting down three of our facilities early: The Latex Shop, Wood Shop and Shipping will all need to close by 4:30 PM to get out in front of the first pitch.

Go Giants!


Oh yeah… don’t forget
to take advantage of our Halloween Special

(Mayor Dave gets first dibs on the 2010 trophy when the Giants brought it to Fort Bragg) (and that means fewer organic mattresses will get shipped:(

Fall on the coast

It’s Fall. We’re expecting rain.
Our little town on the Northern California Coast is beginning to switch gears. Most of the summer visitors have gone. It’s not our usual weather… heat inland over the ridge is pulling in the marine air.
Morning on the Fort Bragg Coast

Walking the downtown streets with sweater turned up at the neck feels pretty good. Last week Anne and I took the grand kids out to walk the ocean bluffs. If you’re in our neck of the woods, it’s a great walk. And stop in at FloBeds and say hi. We’re still downtown… under the jumping sheep.
Under the jumping sheep

Columbus Day

In fourteen hundred ninety-two
Columbus sailed the ocean blue.

Christopher Columbus, his sailors and his sheep, discover the New World (although it turns out it was quite an old world;)

He had three ships and left from Spain;
He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain.
He sailed by night; he sailed by day;
He used the stars to find his way.
A compass also helped him know
How to find the way to go.
Ninety sailors were on board;
Some men worked while others snored.
Then the workers went to sleep;
And others watched the ocean deep.

Day after day they looked for land;
They dreamed of trees and rocks and sand.
October 12 their dream came true,
You never saw a happier crew!
“Indians!  Indians!”  Columbus cried;
His heart was filled with joyful pride.
But “India” the land was not;
It was the Bahamas, and it was hot.
The Arakawa natives were very nice;
They gave the sailors food and spice.
Columbus sailed on to find some gold
To bring back home, as he’d been told.
He made the trip again and again,
Trading gold to bring to Spain.
The first American?  No, not quite.
But Columbus was brave, and he was bright.

We want you to pay special attention to the 11th line…
“Then the workers went to sleep”… Even school kids
know how important sleep is. We feel vindicated.
In fact, we feel so good we want to give you a special opportunity
to discover savings on everything we offer.
It is like discovering a new world!