They’re Here! This is no dream, it’s really happening! Get ready for our most spooktacular sales and deals of the year. We have such sights to show like my favorite Halloween buddy, ‘Dancing Skeleton,’ above, and our Hershey Dog and fellow Stringed Instrument Purveyor, the great DICK DALE, below. Gone but not forgotten! As for the good stuff, We have to warn you, these savings are bewitching. Happy Halloween! -JB
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Remembering Wonder Dog Hershey Who Confounded Doctors Living Well A Year Longer Than Expected
The Adventures of 14-year-old Happy Hershey Dog Continue – One would never know he had heart and kidney failure, cancer and more. Amazing what a good diet, a good vet, lots of TLC and a determined dog can do. Never imagined he’d be here for Hershey Halloween 2018!
Remembering Amazing Surf Guitar Pioneer Who Shreded Oakland
This was Dick Dale’s last show in Oakland, where he’d performed yearly the past decade. The Man Who Invented Surf Guitar did it all, including movies and film-and beating cancer, along with his manager/wife, Lana. He not only plays but talks about the early days inventing the Fender gujitiar amp with friend Leo Fender.! Revisit a Legend Here
Now for a change of pace…Same world, different place. It is possible, for now.
escape the pandemic…
Bay Area Backroads presents…
Time for a Change of Pace
You’d think that Napa would be another Carmel by now, what with its world reknown wineries and reputation. Yet, only a few hundred feet off the famed Silverado Trail or Hwy 29 much of Napa is just the opposite of what you see at those other tourist destinations: An area untouched by the gentrification – one could easily believe he or she is time traveling back to Napa as it was in the 1950s or even 1940s. Just spending some time on one main artery of town, Jefferson St. , made us appreciate this throwback of a town and how city fathers have kept big business from changing that old charm as you see happening in so many Bay Area towns and nationwide. With the ‘quickening’ of society it’s refreshing to find places like this that remind us of the ‘happy days’ before pandemics and polarization. Never seen so many American flags. Only 45 minutes from the Bay Area- Check it out HERE