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Rising Through the Ashes
With a clear and concise vision for the future, Bob Keast is looking forward and not in the past where his beloved Birdsong Resort, Marina, and Campground suffered a tragic fire just days before Christmas. The five-alarm fire exploded in the early evening hours of December 20, leaving mass destruction in its wake.
From the makeshift temporary office just steps away from the charred remains of the former one, Keast, whose family bought the resort in the early 1960’s, sat down with The Chronicle on Friday and shared his passion for rebuilding and looking toward the future. “We lost a lot,” Keast said with his trusty 15-year-old chocolate Labrador Retriever, Pearl, by his side. “Fir took the museum, showcases, general offices, the promotional department, and the photography room, but not our memories.”
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