Tom Haskell, Class of ‘66
Omaha on a rainy Friday morning.
of I-480 and I-80, Omaha.
the Rio Grande River flying over New
en route to my transfer in Phoenix.
that much later before the plane was over California.
Mt. San Jacinto, California
Cal Poly and found a parking garage where our tennis courts used to be.
Poly looking toward Bishop’s
Friday night there was an informal “kick-off” and get together at
Pete’s Southside Café at 1815 Osos Street, San Luis Obispo.
The food was great but seeing former classmates was better.
(Navoni) LeMoine, Carol (Wolverton) Allen, and
(Normand) Andrews, Buzz and Sandy Eyler, and Danny L. Sherwin
was also time to visit Morro Bay and Montana de Oro (see title picture,
in Shell Beach prior to the Saturday night activities.
and Susan Andrews, Buzz and Sandy Eyler, Katchy Andrews, and Tom Haskell
Osos Valley Flower Seed Fields
View near Pirate’s Cove, Shell Beach
West flight to Phoenix from San Luis Obispo Airport
All too soon it was time to head home. Unfortunately these pleasant events were soon overshadowed by the September 11th events in New York City and Washington DC. I trust that friendships, good company, and the good life of the Central Coast are more enduring.
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Tom Haskell. Home
Mountain is still there.
Mary (Dailey) and David Hansen
morning there was time to visit Avila Beach -- has been changed due to
clean-up of oil leakage.
night’s events were held at the Varian Ranch Clubhouse at 8250 Orcutt
Road in the Edna Valley.
Haskell, Martha (Harris) Lyons, Mary (Dailey) Hansen, Susan (Darway)
Wisberg, & Cindy (Arey) Lewis
(Preston) Cuttriss and Laura Cotner
morning there was time for sightseeing at Shell Beach where there are some
new houses. Before going to
Shell Beach bought a newspaper to see how the Nebraska Cornhuskers
defeated Notre Dame and took some photographs of flower fields in the Los
Schwarzenegger’s house under construction.
changes have occurred around San Luis Obispo in the Edna Valley.
Lots of grapes have been planted and high quality vineyards have
emerged. The picture below
was taken from the Edna Valley Winery tasting room.
Valley looking toward San Luis Obispo
Crossing the California-Arizona border.