Flakes of ash drifted from a mostly blue sky Saturday as Sonoma resident Sam Taylor joined his neighbors at one of the handful of businesses open in the town’s historic square — a bakery handing out free coffee. A few people were on sidewalks that would normally be filled with tourists. With flames from the Nuns Fire burning through the town’s eastern edge, the square was largely deserted. “I keep thinking the worst is over, and we keep getting surprised,” said Taylor, who brought his German shepherd Greta with him to the Basque Boulangerie Cafe. The cafe became a gathering spot Saturday for residents to exchange tales of the past week.
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JUNE 03, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - COFFEE TIME BAKERY CAFE INC.
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