Good morning everyone! I have been way too busy to write zee Korner, however, I wanted to post these photos of Las Amigas at their meeting, which was held at Rosita’s on the Malecon. The memorial for Lillian and Wesley Strange, held at Campo Ocotillos. The “Canadian Exudus held in the solar section of El Dorado Ranch and the party at the Pavillion tonight, kicking off the 9th Annual Blues and Arts Fiesta, sponsored by the San Felipe Lions Club and a bunch of other “stuff”. I am also posting photos the “NeverbeBrothers” featuring with Tom O’Neal, held at Al’s Backstreet Bar today from 4-6 pm. I met some really cool peeps tonight at the Pavillion and hats off to Cesar, Gary Dilley, Jimmy Moore and what a blast it was. I’ve been running from one end of town to the other for the last week, and tonight, I met Kat’s Korner readers I didn’t know I had. What a treat. So, my dogs won’t speak to me because I’ve been gone so much and I don’t let them in the house at night anymore. When I left today (this afternoon) Skooter and One-Eye were howling. Poor babies. At any rate, I did give them a special treat (canned tuna) with their food, so hopefully, they’ll hang in there. Actually, they don’t really have a choice, as duty calls. All photos taken by moi, unless otherwise indicated.
By Sam Grubb
REX vs THE RATS ~~ PART V: MORE WISHFUL THINKING
By Margaret Reish Downing
Good morning everyone. I’ll bet you thought I fell off the face of the earth; I didn’t. I was visiting with my Butte, Montana family over in Mission Bay. My side still hurts from laughing so much. I actually went on the 90 year old wooden roller coaster, but I’ll write more about that later. Evidently, San Diego has a St. Patrick’s Day parade, but it was on the 14th rather than the actual day. I am so far behind on my scoop; it’s old news now. However, I do have photos to post (some of which I haven’t even downloaded from my camera). Be forewarned if you happen to have a slow connection, I’m posting a lot of big photos, so walk away for an hour or so and they’ll be there (in your cache). For those of you who fish or simply want to see the Midriff Islands, the “Tony Reyes” out of San Felipe is back in business. You don’t have to fish as they have kayaks and you see the rock formations and little islands. I’ve been on the Jose Andreas, but never taken a trip on the Tony Reyes, except when we went out and spread flowers and Tony Reye’s Sr.’s ashes. I still miss him. All photos by Kat Hammontre, unless otherwise noted. You can check their schedule by clicking here.