ElectionsVote Before we head out on our weekly trailride starting here at the Santa Clarita Beacon, a little business. I’ll be speaking at Rancho Camulos, high noon, on Saturday, April 12th and will be draggi(more..)

ElectionsVote A warm and Western SCV Beacon Thursday to you, dear saddlepals. What’s ahead? Everything. From an amazing story about how a toddler survived a plunge over a 200-foot embankment. C’mon. Let(more..)

ElectionsVote Top of a mid-March morning to you, saddlepals. We’ve a most interesting ride ahead through the back trails of Santa Clarita history. First, we’ll stop by that local and long-forgotten hote(more..)

ElectionsVote Make sure you do some of those yuppie Mousercise stretch regimens. We’ve a grand adventure ahead. We’ve critters to discuss — from condors to wayward ducks to dog soldiers to COC&rsq(more..)

ElectionsVote Top of the Sunday morning to you, oh recalcitrant bunk huggers and beauty resters. C’mon. Daylight is starting to burn and I’ve several thousand fine steeds down here, all saddled and read(more..)

ElectionsVote Good thing it’s NOT one of those Februarys. Leap Year. Don’t say that first word too loud to the ponies, especially when you’re high atop gazing at the scenery. Horses can sometimes (more..)

ElectionsVote Life certainly seems like it’s been running at light speed lately. As per our custom, I’ve rounded up several thousand good ponies for you Santa Clarita saddlepals. C’mon. Mount up. (more..)

ElectionsVote Good Sunday morning to you, dear saddlepals. Hope you’re well rested and ready for a little fresh air and adventure. What pleasant vistas and odd vignettes await. We’ll meet a man who went(more..)

ElectionsVote Top of the Internet morn to you, saddlepals. We’ve a most interesting trek ahead through local history. There’s early drug and booze busts, holes-in-one, explosions, robberies, heroes and (more..)

ElectionsVote Doesn’t seem hardly fair, us suffering through sunny days in the near-80s and bracing through shivering nights where the mercury can plunge to 50 degrees — maybe 49 — with the w(more..)