There's that ridiculous saying: "It's the journey not the destination" or something to that effect. Well I just had to revisit that creek from my previous "After the Walnuts" post. This time I made time to visit to Buck Owens' Crystal Palace. Between great company, west slope browns, the museum at the venue, some of the central valley's nutty radio stations, a few drinks and some city-slicker two-stepping a good time was had by all.
Buck and Roy for lunch. Let me guess. Grits, greens and hopefully some venison?
Ok Ok Ok - Before I get ahead of myself with the title of this blog entry it all starts with water!
Ever heard the song by Seals and Crofts called "Black Diamond Girl"? I found one! Rebecca scales a gnarly grade after a morning on the stream.
A reasonably good reward for a speeding ticket. Pizza with Canadian bacon and jalapeños.
A photo gallery to die for.
Country royalty in the highest order.
Mosrite; a Bakersfield specialty of yore.
Read this and swoon you guitar lovers.
Buck jams with Ray. Gawd what a picture! I wish I was there to hear the music.
Music brings people together in ways we can never imagine. Here's Buck Owens with the Geishas
It all ends in Frazier Park at Los Pinos where they have a very special dish known as Ships & Salsa