HOME & GARDEN
September 21, 2006 |
SOMETIMES Sally Warner wakes up in the morning, gazes at her petite bedroom's ceiling and understands how the shrimp in the takeout container must feel. Her neighbor John Gregoire has to warn visitors to watch their heads when they pass under the low arches in his front hall. And don't even think about getting a pizza delivered fast to their out-of-the-way cul-de-sac in Altadena. "You practically have to go out on the street and beg," Warner says.