Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Oroville a Sanctuary City

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Oroville a Sanctuary City

    Congratulations, BillnOroville! Is this a sign that California is coming to it's senses? Gee how I miss the old Sacramento Jazz Jubilee.
    --Rick, just outside Portlandia.

    #2
    Oroville, a pissant size town making headline news.... We have a lot of Delta variant in this county right now. I am glad I got my shots plus a booster. I am 73 years old, my body my choice.. Everyone can do what hell they like. It's like this virus will never go away. CA is so messed up in so many ways even if there was not virus. I can't leave CA, too many roots. I avoid people best I can. Riding was one way. Winter makes that harder.
    Bill,
    88 Blue Hawk (bike #39), 89 Red Hawk, 2021 Rebel 1100 (bike 41) Some Past/sold in reverse order:,FZ09,97 Magna #1&2 , 97 VFR750F, 87 VFR400R, 88 Hawk, 86 SRX 600, 77 RD400, 79 CB650, 04 VFR, 88 Blue Hawk, 89 Red Hawk, Yamaha SRX600, Harley 1200C, Yamaha RD400, Harley 883R, Yamaha 750 triple, Vlx600, Honda 450, Honda 400, CB550F, Kawasaki H1, BMW R69US, Yamaha R5C 350, Honda 160, Bridgestone 175, 1950 Harley 74 w/sidecar, 65 Harley 250 Sprint, 1948 Harley and my 1st bike-1941 Harley 74 knucklehead my dad gave in1963.

    Comment


      #3
      Yeah, even in Oregun, riding has been one way to stay active and social. 76 years old, three shots. Still want to be free.

      The old joke is: There was a sign saying: End of the Oregon Trail. Those who could read stayed in Oregon; those who could not went on to California.

      Comment


        #4
        Originally Posted by ricksax View Post
        Yeah, even in Oregun, riding has been one way to stay active and social. 76 years old, three shots. Still want to be free.

        The old joke is: There was a sign saying: End of the Oregon Trail. Those who could read stayed in Oregon; those who could not went on to California.
        Never heard that joke but there are many about how Oregon feels about Californians. Never bothers me because I live in CA but have web feet..... what state was I born in..... Oregon (beautiful Ashland to be more specific). My Great grandmother moved from Oklahoma to Oregon by covered wagon. I have many memories of Butte Falls as a kid. My great-grandfather/mother's home is now the town museum and the park in the center of town is named after my grandfather Earnest Smith.
        Bill,
        88 Blue Hawk (bike #39), 89 Red Hawk, 2021 Rebel 1100 (bike 41) Some Past/sold in reverse order:,FZ09,97 Magna #1&2 , 97 VFR750F, 87 VFR400R, 88 Hawk, 86 SRX 600, 77 RD400, 79 CB650, 04 VFR, 88 Blue Hawk, 89 Red Hawk, Yamaha SRX600, Harley 1200C, Yamaha RD400, Harley 883R, Yamaha 750 triple, Vlx600, Honda 450, Honda 400, CB550F, Kawasaki H1, BMW R69US, Yamaha R5C 350, Honda 160, Bridgestone 175, 1950 Harley 74 w/sidecar, 65 Harley 250 Sprint, 1948 Harley and my 1st bike-1941 Harley 74 knucklehead my dad gave in1963.

        Comment


          #5
          Southern Oregon can be such a joy. I spent my first five years in Klamath Falls. We have vacationed in Ashland and have regularly driven via Lake of the Woods or the Green Springs to Klamath Falls/Crater Lake. Now, soon, I must do those trips on a motorcycle.

          But I must say, culturally and politically, Ashland is now part of Norte California.

          Comment

          Working...
          X