Yes, yet another view of the Old Elk's Lodge from me. This one is so much better than the one from the other day.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Monday, July 28, 2014
The business was opened in 1910 by the siblings' grandfather, Joseph Muenzer, who purchased a second-hand store, got rid of everything but the bicycles, and added locksmith services. Over the years, Muenzer's evolved and adapted with the community's needs and the economic times.
Muenzer's is located at 217 Fifth Street.
Happy Anniversary, Muenzer's!!!
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Los Viboras Road is another country lane off Fairview Road. Near the end of Los Viboras, the road is lined on both sides with old eucalyptus trees. And, it is from there, that I took this photo earlier this year. In the distance is the mountain called Three Sisters and Santa Ana Peak.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Today, the San Benito County Historical Park is having a Park Appreciation Day. The free event starts at 11 AM with the Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association Show, which ends at 3 PM. There will be a rededication of the Fire House at 2 PM and a rededication of the Dance Hall at 3 PM.
People are invited to bring a picnic lunch. Food and drinks are available for purchase.
Friday, July 25, 2014
There's a new restaurant in town. It's called La Catrina. I have yet to go, but I've heard some good reviews by folks who have given thumbs up on the quality of the food and customer service.
"La Catrina is the feeling, the energy, and the authentic taste of the Mexican Grill," states the owners on the restaurant's Facebook page. The restaurant is located at 449 San Benito Street, near the corner of Fifth Street.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
I get a kick out of the things that folks display inside their automobiles at car shows. Did you happen to see this snake and these figurines at the Hollister Street Festival & Car Show last Saturday?