Although Fort Bragg is on the Pacific Coast there are few beaches and access to beaches. One popular beach access point is ten miles north of Fort Bragg. Seaside Beach is popular for the amount of sandy beach and also, ask our dogs, because dogs are allowed off leash. There is a large rock about … Continue reading
This is another vid located by club member Ben Sochacki. It’s a bit long but worth a visit.
The title of this blog is what it says on the photo. That is all I know. I’ve tried every search i can think of and can’t find a dickie bird more info. If anyone could help i would be VERY grateful.
What a find this is!!!!!!!
Club member Ben Sockacki has sent me another excellent lead to a video of the Skunk Train Route way back then. The music at the beginning is a bit bleh unless you like banjo. Also, it’s a bit long (43 minutes) but worth the view if you have the time.)
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Click on to enlarge …….
Sir Rod Stewart IS the rock singer Rod Stewart you know. This article appeared on the BEEB’s (BBC) website as well as appearing in the UK newspapers. Nancy Thornburn gave me the first heads-up, Club member Earl Craighill gave me the second. I am not going to count how many others I got. Enough of … Continue reading
Our Club’s VP, Lonnie Dickson, thought I would like this Johnny Cash version of the song, “Wabash Cannonball.” He was right – I think it’s great! It turns out that the song is old and has quite a history. What follows is from Wiki …… “The Wabash Cannonball” is an American folk song about a … Continue reading