IT MUST BE SUMMER VACATION. I haven’t heard from anyone and have little to share. Nancy spent much of Monday in the Emergency Room after stumbling and breaking the fall with her left knee. She says the swelling has gone down and she should be able to drive down from Escondido. I’m not sure how that’s gonna affect our Friday brunch.
If you’re a San Diegan you must have noticed the painted utility boxes all over town, some of them quite clever. Nancy and I stopped to pick up some chicken pies at — you guessed it — the Chicken Pie Shop and she spotted THEIR utility box. Looks like a Chicken With An Attitude to me. You can check out some of the other utility boxes at Urban Art Trail and Utility Box Art
The Class of ‘69 Colt 45 (Get it -- 45th Reunion?) is less than a month away and, despite the fact that I’ve posted the information on the Class of ‘69 Missing Page, the Class of ‘69 Email Page and the Reunion Page of my Crawford High web site, George Sorenson says a lot of folks are confused about things like the date, time and location. George reminds you (“Shut up in the back or I’ll keep you after school!!”) that the event will take place on August 23rd at the Mission Valley Buffalo Wild Wings at 5 PM. If you’re still confused call George in Oregon 818-472-8966 or email him at email@example.com
Frank and Patty Mendivil were in town from Scottsdale last weekend. They are old friends and musical partners of Doug Kvandal ‘66, keyboard player for Live Jazz, which plays each Saturday night at the Amigo Spot. Patty sang a few numbers with the band Saturday night and the next day at the upstairs 65th birthday party for Gail Schindler Fogelman ‘67. I had a chance to chat with Patty and learned she was a Crawford Colt. Turns out she is Patty Knudson ‘71 and was stunned and delighted to learn I knew her brother, the late Pete Knudson ‘61. It’s a small world I guess.
I’ve got a lot of left over stamps, but none from 1958. These came affixed to a Class of ‘61 newsletter renewal envelope. Speaking of which, Barbara Cagley Thomas and Edward and Walter Pease, all from the Class of ‘64, are first-time subscribers to the 12-page quarterly publication. Deanna Darlene Dean Vogel is no longer missing. She’s living in Yakima, Washington and is now on the Class of ‘67 Email page.