ElectionsVote Sun’s coming up. Some of you saddlepals might be hiding under blanket or pillow. This morning, we’ve a most interesting trek ahead. Why, we even have a local Bigfoot sighting. C’mo(more..)


ElectionsVote A warm and Western howdy to you, dear saddlepals, on this first Thursday in June. We are knocking on the door of summer. What say we rein our horses toward that compelling vortex up yonder and see wha(more..)


ElectionsVote I know. I know. You’re still hurting from Memorial Day weekend and the sun isn’t up. Couldn’t we just skip our horseback ride into local history just this once? Well. No. And, no. (more..)


ElectionsVote (PHOTO CAPTION: The world’s largest private deer farm used to rest near Soledad/Sierra Highway Junction. In 1908, one of the many Remi Nadeau’s started the epic reserve. It’s most co(more..)


ElectionsVote I must confess. I do feel somewhat gypped about this Spring we’re having. A smidgen too summer-ish. It’s like we jumped from the dead of winter into an early summer. Best thing I can thin(more..)


ElectionsVote A warm and Western howdy to all you old-timers, new homesteaders, renters, folks on the federal relocation program and addendum citizens of the Santa Clarita. I’ve been taking much of the early (more..)


ElectionsVote We’ve a most interesting trek ahead, complete with a thousand misplaced Indians, streakers and a look at how a local Castaic boy almost won the Miss USC Beauty Pageant. C’mon, saddlepals.(more..)


ElectionsVote Well howdy, dear Santa Clarita saddlepals. Hope I’m not too early. But just outside, I’ve got several thousand fine steeds all saddled up and ready for our SCV Beacon Thursday trail ride t(more..)


ElectionsVote If any of you saddlepals out there are feeling a mite puny due to dysentery, not to worry. We’ve got an entire saddlebag full of Tataviam homeopathics to share this morning. I suspect we’(more..)


ElectionsVote The weather has been simply gentile lately. I can think of no better way to enjoy it than to take a trail ride into old Santa Clarita. Come with? This morning, alas, we’ll have to step carefull(more..)