Category Archives: History

Home Is Where You Are Tonight

Here’s one from last year. Even more relevant today with cities banning overnight RVparking.

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Getting Weird In Winters

Last week, we took a long leisurely drive down the back roads of the Central Valley to Winters, where we were treated to a presentation on The Book Of Weirdo by author/historian Jon B. Cooke. Robert and Aline Crumb spent … Continue reading

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Just Another Reminder

Kudos to Governor Newsom for reminding us Californians that our heritage is much more than wine, gold, and movies. (See link in comments.)

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Winters Is Coming

I’m planning on attending this little shindig, if for no other reason, to shake the hand of Mr. Jon Cooke, who put this massive historical treasure together. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop in and say “hey!”

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The White Sand Road

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Memorial Day 2019

Richard “Doc” Halstead served two thirteen month tours in Vietnam as a combat medic in the U.S. Marines. Wounded twice, and received two purple hearts. A better friend I will never find. Rest in peace.

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The Abyss

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Sweet Womb Alabama

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WHO knew?

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Permanent Ink

One of the greatest compliments an artist can receive is to have someone commit your art to their skin. It’s a long and painful process, and pretty much permanent. (Not entirely, but it involves another long painful process.) So it … Continue reading

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