The problem is during the week, I have to be in Pasadena where I work. On weekend, I would go to Costa Mesa where it is more relaxing. The majority of my orchids are in Costa Mesa and the greenhouses are there too. My parents look after my collection when I am away. They like plants and orchids too!
This document is actually a photocopy of the orginal print. So there is no electronic version that I am aware of.
If you have a east facing patio, that is great news! There are a lot of things you could do and lot of orchids could be grown. Since you could grow cymbidiums on that patio, you could experiment by placing other orchids there. To bloom many orchids, you need lot of light WITHOUT BURNING THEIR LEAVES. So check how many hours per day that your patio gets full sun? Is your patio shaded? Maybe a slight remodel of your patio is needed to get more light to go through or a visit to a nursery supply store to purchase a better shade cloth (75% for summer, no shade or 55% for winter, 55-65% for spring).