Various thoughts about things that Duane and Mary Ann are interested in.

At the lake near our house at sunset.

The OasisCloud Garden

July 15, 2012

We think that our garden is one of the highlights of visiting OasisCloud Café and our friends and customers are continually expressing to us how beautiful our garden is. Mary Ann has a true love for flowers, color, and the beauty of creation. Here love and passion for the garden is the driving force behind it. She purchaes every plant with a specific location in mind and places them in just the right place to help creat a splashing array of color and life.


Sunset From Our Roof

June 12, 2012

There was a beautiful sunset tonight, June 12, 2012.


Mark and Tim

Dec. 4, 2011

We have a lot of fun at OasisCloud and sometimes we don't know what a day will bring. Mark and Tim show up here at the cloud from time to time, and whenever they do it is a fun time for us and for everyone that is here to enjoy their music.


Pumpkin Carving Party

Las Hermanas de los Sombreros Rojos (Red Hats)
Nov. 2, 2011

We recently hosted a "Pumpkin carving party" for a local group of the Red Hats (Las Hermanas de los Sombreros Rojos). They had a wonderful time here and we had a wonderful time hosting them. The Red Hat ladies were really creative with their pumpkins!


Double/Triple Rush Hot Chocolate

Oct. 26, 2011

Now that it is getting a bit cooler here at Lakeside we are offering something new at OasisCloud. We have a delicious hot chocolate made with a semi-sweet Turin chocolate bar mixed with hot steamed milk. And for the adventurous we have ...

Double or Triple Rush Hot Chocolate!

A double rush adds a shot of expresso and with a triple rush you get some cayenne pepper added to really bring up the blood temperature. Don't knock it until you've tried it! We think you'll be hooked!


Pour Over Coffee

OasisCloud coffee speciality
Sept. 11, 2011

Our "Pour Over" coffee has been very popular here at OasisCloud Café. Espresso based coffee is great, but it isn't the only way to enjoy the wonderful nuances of fine coffee. As coffee-brewing techniques go, pour over is slow and mannered. It’s low tech. The coffee it makes is clean, round and fruity, and you can fully taste all of those complex layers of flavor lurking in the coffee bean.