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On Sabbatical

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Directions and Map

Campbell--San Jose--Santa Clara--Milpitas--Fremont

  1. Drive South on Highway 17 to exit at Camden

  2. Turn right on Camden (San Tomas Expressway), into the center lane

  3. Proceed over the Winchester overpass and take the right hand ramp marked Winchester South to

  4. Merge with traffic heading South towards Los Gatos

  5. Proceed for a mile (or two) until the Vasona Shopping Center is on your right (West), get in the right hand lane to

  6. Turn Right (West) on Knowles

  7. At the Los Gatos Community Hospital (right side of street), Knowles becomes Pollard

  8. 825 Pollard Road is the first and only commercial building on the same side of the street as the hospital.

  9. Turn right (North) into the parking lot. There is an elevator in the rear off the parking lot.  Suite 200 is upstairs in front

  • Enter the waiting room,

  • push the button next to my name, and

  • at approximately the beginning of the hour, I will come out to take you back to my office

From the Off Ramp:                                Close In to Office.gif (30549 bytes)

From Farther Out:                                        Central East.gif (77256 bytes)

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On Sabbatical!

When my office lease expired at the end of 2004, I decided to turn it into a "sabbatical" from my private practice. Many years ago, in my grandfather's 89th year of life, he told me, "John, it is important to smell the roses while you can still smell them." His life gave living a very good reputation. It is also true that the pursuit of that philosophy required my grandfather to to re-open his assay office/ore market in Wickenburg, Arizona as a 75-year-old because he had run a little short of retirement money. Thus, if blessed with his luck and health, I'll be back.. --jjh

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