“No Holding Handles”
It’s time to add Santa Cruz to your must-see list! Santa Cruz is located on Cali’s Central Coast, 65 miles south of San Francisco and 35 miles north of Monterey. Nestled on the northern side of the Monterey Bay and lined with redwoods and mountains. Find over a 100 years of local surfing history at […]
Point Lobos Just south of Carmel-by-the-sea starts the North end of Big Sur, California’s 90 mile stretch of magnificent coastline along Highway 1. We were heading down the coast going South, Point Lobos was our first stop. The fog rolling in over the cliffs and mountain side was like no other place I’ve ever visited. […]
The Mission Inn, now known as The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is located in Riverside, California. It got it’s start as a cottage called ‘The Glenwood Hotel’ back in 1876 by a man named Christopher Columbus Miller. In 1902, his son Frank Augustus Miller changed the name to the ‘Mission Inn’ and started […]
The Grateful Dead House 710 Ashbury Street is an 1890 “Queen Anne” style building that was the communal home and headquarters of the “Grateful Dead” between October 1966 and March 1968. Various friends had lived in the building in the earlier part of the sixties. Posted from Emeryville, California, United States.
The Mystery of The Pirate Tower Victoria Beach a white sandy beach located in Laguna Beach, CA. On he north side of this secluded beach stands a tower. The old structure as it turns out was built as a spiral staircase access to the beach from the residence above in 1926. The castle […]
Our Cuban Cigar Crisis This is our story… ‘The Cuban Cigar Crisis’ aka 4 Guys and 2 Girls on a mission to buy the most cigars for the best deal on Cuban Cigars. The Cuban Cigar Scare was a 3 hour confrontation between the Havana Club and the 4 Guys and 2 Girls. The 4 […]