The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of October 4, 2017. Pedestrian or not? It’s up for your interpretation.
Half the fun of this episode of California’s Gold is the mini road trips between stops, as Huell searches along the beautiful Lost Coast for the historic Cape Mendocino Lighthouse. He briefly revisits the small town of Petrolia, which you might remember from the episode I featured last week, California Firsts. He also discovers Honeydew, California, and is introduced to […]
What do you do when you get to your favorite fishing spot and find there’s somebody already there? First of all, stay calm, and don’t give away any of your secrets! Maybe you find you’ve suddenly got spectators to the battle with your big fish. Play it cool, and pretend there’s actually nothing much going on. Before long, your audience […]
The theme of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Letter G – Needs to have the letter G. You can always use adjectives and adverbs with a specific topic just make sure you give us the word that fits the requirements of this challenge. Golden poppy: Portrait of California Governor Jerry Brown at the State Capitol: Rice grinder, Sacramento […]
The California Police Officers’ Memorial was unveiled on the Capitol Mall in May 1988.
From my journal, April 2, 1995: “We got another dog last Tuesday night. She’s a pitbull but doesn’t look like Phoebe. Her coat is very soft and fawn-color. She has a pink nose and yellow eyes. She also has a white blaze on her chest and throat and white on her toes. Buster is so happy to have a dog […]
All I have to do is dump a bag of whole peanuts under the trees in my yard, and customers start coming out of the woodwork.