Page 1 of 16
Posted on December 28 at 1:21 p.m.
Look at all the comments about yOur new album,, Wow,,, must be the title!!!
On California Crossing with Cracker’s David Lowery
Posted on December 12 at 6:45 a.m.
1971,, was my first time at the Rose!!! The nicest people. My favorite combo,,and Agnus smiling!! great memories !! Thanks to all !!!
On Rose Café Matriarch Dies
Posted on December 7 at 2:55 p.m.
Please allow me to include , beer , vodka. whiskey, and all related crap that kills by means of fermentation.
On TV Santa Barbara Airs Raymond Morua PSAs
Posted on December 7 at 2:49 p.m.
Bill and I agree about the "Independent" promoting wine and related business as some sort of art form. If fact, they are the " Grapes of Death",,, not to mention heartache for those affected!!! So drink up boys!!! I'll have a lemonaid!!!!
Posted on July 17 at 10:18 p.m.
I just wonder why the fire Marshall always seems to skip a certain hidden space on Helena. Hint. ,, look for a bunch of junk and explore upstairs toward the back!!! It's a hidden room,,, full of,,, let's see if those top notch reporters at the Independent can find out!!! P.S,,, don't forget your camera!!!
On Tenants Chosen for Funk Zone Artist Village
Posted on July 17 at 5:59 a.m.
I was Lucky to know Tony Brown in the early 1970's. We both worked as guides for the Hunt Club on Santa Cruz Island. I was there when he planted his first Cherimoyas. I remember him telling Willie Norlan and I about them at Willies little cabin on Casitas Pass. Tony provided Willie a place on his Property after Willie returned from Spain. Willie had lost both his parents sometime before. Tony knew his stuff. He taught me about the History of Carp and the Island. I learned about local plants, the Chumash, and tasted my first Pineapple Guava, Cherimoya , and Meyer lemon. We met up about 10 years ago at a Guides Day Reunion. Those were great times!! I wish Tony and all the Browns Good Health and a Happy Trails. RB
On Farming the Fringe
Posted on June 15 at 9:44 p.m.
Right on tourist ,,, Wallace and CoeurD Alene are great,,, I rented a house on the lake in the 70's,,, $400 a month,,, I took float plane trips,, fished and hunted all over.. Lots of history, river rafting, boating,,, the list goes on!!!
On Spokane and the Davenport
Posted on June 15 at 7:35 a.m.
Ray, first of all Spokane is not one of " the oldest cities in the West" ! It was founded in 1871. I can think of scores of older cities including the one you live in!! Second your report on the city reads like a 4th grade book report . I lived in Spokane . Though the Davenport is a nice Hotel, your report failed to mention anything but golf and a nice place to eat. Lots more to see and do there pal. Next time do your homework,,, then start writing .
Posted on August 18 at 1:26 p.m.
Bill, if your waiting for politicians to do the right thing,,, you will be waiting. Long time,,, they Casinos will come and the grapes will grow,,, a hundred years from now it will be ugly,,,
On The True Risk of Going Fee-to-Trust for Santa Barbara County
Posted on August 18 at 12:28 a.m.
I hope the Chumash tribe builds ten more Casinos!!! One would be nice right on the coast. No one complains about ten thousand vineyards,,, why are grapes ok, but gamblers are not,,, they both clog the roads with tourists,, the Chumash will win!!! Yell and scream all you want,, SB county is lost!!!