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Roxanne's, A Wish and A Dream

Dear Friends,

Access to our little seaside town has been shut off for several days by the terrible mudslides that threatened and demolished homes, roads, and highways surrounding us. We have no TV, no internet, only sporadic cell service. Until Highway 101 and other parallel roads are cleared and reopened, we are isolated and unable to conduct business as usual. Once roads reopen, it may take time for our usual services to resume. Many of you have posed questions or concerns about orders or other inquiries. We will get back to you as soon as we can. We will survive this disaster, but we are emotionally wounded by all that has happened in the past many days.

We are informed that Highway 101 will open to through north/south traffic by mid-day on Monday, January 15. It is currently closed between Carpinteria's Rte. 150 exit north to Santa Barbara's Milpas Street.

Thank you for your kind words of concern. Below are some media photos of the mudslide on local roads and highways.


Carpinteria resident Jeff Gallup carries his bike through mud on Foothill Rd.
in Carpinteria on Tuesday. Jeff's mom, Becky, is one of Roxanne's shop managers.

A semi-tractor trailer sits stuck in mud on U.S. HIghway 101 northbound
just south of the San Ysidro Road offramp in Montecito.

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