Re: “Hitch of the Mountains” (GT, 10/27): The story which tells how Alfred Hitchcock chose Scotts Valley to live, but questions why he did reminds us that in Rich Merrill’s legendary Horticulture class at Cabrillo in the ’80s, he told us that Hitchcock moved to Scotts Valley because “it has more sunny days than any other place in California.”
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