Doc Mishler last rode the coast road fifteen years ago with the two horses pictured on the right: Chief Free Spirit and Keep The Faith. At that time, Doc trotted from Montana to Washington D.C., by way of California, after surviving a cancer diagnosis and its treatment and reading the book, How Then Shall We… Read More Doc Mishler Rides Again!
Reviewed on this Coast Road site last year, Louise Nelson Dyble received the Albel Wolman Award for best new book published in the field of public works history! Books must cover one or more of the following topics: Flood Control & Drainage, Irrigation, Waterways, Solid Waste, Planning, Engineering & Administration; Public Buildings; Sewer & Wastewater… Read More Paying The Toll :: Receives best new book published in the field of public works history!
Well, I live on a ridgetop And, Lord knows, I like it just fine Where it’s windy and foggy And quiet most all the time Yeah, my lawn is pine needles And my driveway is old funky dirt And my front pathway markers Are pieces of granite and chert Now, my taxes are high But… Read More Ridgetop :: Jesse Colin Young
Matthew walked bow-legged with quick, northbound jerky strides up the hill above Pescadero State Beach. His blue nose female kept up alongside, but her grey head hung lowered, shoulders hustling, tongue panting. Matthew’s back, young and strong, held his yellow backpack upright. It’s top peeked high above Matthew’s head. It’s bottom strapped snug around Matthew’s… Read More Share The Road