MATT COSTA
THE ROAD TO SANTA ROSA FANGS

DAY ONE

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SHARON

Sharon was very close with her brothers, Ritchie and Tony. After the loss of Ritchie, followed by the passing of Tony, she went searching back to the familiar places she had spent with her two brothers, struggling to find meaning and purpose. Sharon, always heavily guarded, would spend nights out at the aquarium bar –a local dive– and would overindulge in the vices of the night. For a short time she moved from Santa Rosa to work on a farm– coincidentally on Santa Rosa road–just outside of Buelton near southern California.
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Sharon  was  very  close  with  her  brothers,  Ritchie  and  Tony.  After  the  loss  of  Ritchie,  followed  by  the  passing  of  Tony,  she  went  searching  back  to  the  familiar  places  she  had  spent  with  her  two  brothers,  struggling  to  find  meaning  and  purpose. Sharon,  always  heavily  guarded,  would  spend  nights  out  at  the  aquarium  bar  –  a  local  dive  –  and  would  overindulge  in  the  vices  of  the  night.  For  a  short  time  she  moved  from  Santa  Rosa  to  work  on  a  farm–  coincidentally  on  Santa  Rosa  road–just  outside  of  Buelton  near  southern  California. Named  After  Ritchie  Valenz,  Ritchie  was  the  rebel  of  the  two  brothers.  As  kids,  he  would  show  Sharon  the  old,  long  forgotten  rock  and  roll  songs  and  he’d  ride  his  motorcycle  fast  along  the  winding  roads.  His  favorite  story  was  Moon  Face  by  Jack  London  and  he’d  frequently  walk  in  the  groves  around  London’s  estate  in  Glen  Ellen,  California. Tony  was  the  eldest  of  the  siblings.  He  looked  out  for  all  of  them  and  was  often  the  voice  of  the  group  when  they  would  venture  out  together.  He  warned  Ritchie  about  his  reckless  motorcycle  riding.  Tony  was  athletic  and  loved  to  play  sports  and  received  a  scholarship  and  studied  Marine  Science  at  Cal  State  Monterey  Bay.  He  frequently  would  drive  up  and  down  the  California  coast  collecting  marine  samples.
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