Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Return Of The Son Of Anonymous Comments

(or: TSG's spam-ish fans offer praise and submit strange interrogatives)

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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

The LARC XV* Amphibious Cargo Vehicle

*Lighter, Amphibious Resupply, Cargo, 15 ton
TSG encounted this 60s military surplus hardware along Rt 66 in Barstow. If one were so inclined, you could catch a ride on a working "Wash Monster" from Searles Seatours in the English seaside town of Hunstaton.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Our Response To A "Just Bluffing" Comment

Here you go: a rather perturbed raven, twittering swirling swallows, a tide pool and some wave action:

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Just Bluffing

The beaches may be closed in Santa Cruz County, but that doesn't prevent one from enjoying the sea breeze and views on Wilder Ranch's Ohlone Bluff Trail

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Begins In Zz, Ends In Zx. Why?...It's In The Middle

This week, we take you to Zzyzx, so named by evangelist/entrepreneur Curtis Howe Springer in hopes that his mineral spring spa would be the last word in the health resorts.
Nowadays, Zzyzx is home to CSU's Desert Studies Center.