May 5, 2009

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Steve Reay on April 23, 2009 11:15 PM
Just read the In Memory page. It puts the years in focus. Dennis Verdugo and I had many good and crazy times together. I have never been able to find out what happened to Gene Crumley and Gary (buns) Bunney. I don't think I will make the reunion, but keep the memories coming.
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patty on May 20, 2009 11:34 AM
found Gene - can't find Gary!!!
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Dana (Whitaker) Mangan on April 25, 2009 2:44 AM
It breaks my heart to see your picture, Donna, on the memory page even though its been so many years.  You were such a wonderful aunt to my boys.  Jeff and Jenny are incredible parents and now you have three beautiful granddaughters.  I love the memories we shared as girlfriends, laughing, shopping, vacations.  You are always in my heart.
I love you,
Dana
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Patty on May 7, 2009 3:10 AM
Dana ~ How could I forget about being a maid in Park City?!  Oh  - it was the season ski pass.  That's right - If Utah was good enough for Robert Redford it was good enough for Dana and Patty.  You had a total of 5 days under your belt...the year before!   Good thing you met ski shop Bill - because he taught me how to ski.... it went like this ..... everyone leaves Patty at the top of the mountain  ..... then when everyone comes back up the mountain I am... frozen ..... Ski shop Bill teaches me how to ski frontwards - while Ski Shop Bill ski's backwards!  How could I forget that!  I could not find pictures of us in our maid uniforms but did find pictures of us standing on our heads in the snow..... wasn't it ski shop Bill who also taught me how to water ski in a lightening storm..... but that's another story!  I agree, Andy needs to reroute the cruise ship to Maui -- have a great summer ~  and say hello to ski shop Bill!
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Patty (Gilhuber) on May 7, 2009 3:48 AM
Thank you all for letting me know how much you appreciate the website and thank you for your patience when I screw it up!  The website will be up for at least a year.  I urge you to upload your photos, pass it along to other graduates, and have fun.  As we figure out how -- new pages will be opening up.  It's been fun to say hello to old friends!  It is difficult to tell others we are nearing our 40th year reunion.  I do not feel like it has been 40 years... and from the sounds of it -- neither do you!  It is  interesting to hear your stories and to dig up the memories.  We have all lived our lives, found new friends, had families ... and yet it is comforting to come full circle and remember our days as Trojans at Castle Park!   Enjoy ~  hope to see you all soon - either in person or digitally ~
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Helga Rindone on May 17, 2009 5:07 PM
Patty,
Thanks for putting together an awesome website.  It is really neat to look through all the pictures and read the blogs.  Brings back a lot of memories.  I just connected with Darrel Ward from our class, now in Colorado Springs.  I gave him the web address, hope he adds his name and comes back for the reunion.  Keep up the good work.

If anyone needs any info on any of our teachers, let me know.  We pretty much stay in touch with the ones who are still here.
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Patty on May 19, 2009 1:32 AM

Helga, that would be great!  thanks!

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Karen Anderson-Orr on July 10, 2009 1:39 AM
Hi , Helga!  Just wanted to say that you and Howard look terrific!  I am really interested in letting Nancy Rinner know that I missed her at the reunion (though I understand why she wasn't there; a funeral as I recall).  Also, I would like to get a hello to Nate Wallace.  My husband and I are traveling to San Francisco this weekend to see my brother Gary who played BB for Nate. That was so nice of Tom Snow to come and see us as well.  Wish there had been more time to talk to everybody.
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joe fay on May 8, 2009 10:58 PM
 HEY ! GIMMIE A T !!!!!   Wow that was fun . So I know alot of our classmates are looking at this cool site that is from our class of "69" . Linda Lane put some art on the site , Steve you emailed me some of your most excellent art allready . So okay everyone Karen , nice pic . How come everyone looks younger than I do ? When you live on the frontier like I do the internet is better than T.V. so its so great to see our class documented in cyber space for all time . WHATS THAT SPELL !!!! I would like to encourage all my fellow classmates to log in to this wonderfull website that documents a very special time in all our lives from then to now . I am most certain that we as a class of young multicultural people were the first of our kind . Wouldnt it be great if all of our ckass logged on , that would be so cool  ! For those that have already left this life  Donna Hampton, Dennis Verdugo and other fellow  classmates from our CPH , I know that I will be seeing you again in the next life .  TROJANS-TROJANS-TROJANS
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Patty on May 12, 2009 2:15 PM
Those were great legs!!!
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Linda Lane Hagan on May 26, 2009 6:05 PM
Hi Joe-
Everyone does look wonderful...I'm hoping they've submitted pictures that are really old!
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joe fay on June 1, 2009 8:58 AM
 Hi Linda , I think everyone should submit a picture of how they want to look and it dosent even have to be them ! Me im kind of like Benjerman Button !
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 4, 2009 6:23 PM
Hi Joe-
I'm pretty sure you look even better now...just like Benjamin Button. I can't wait to see you and Pat...what a crew we were.
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Patty on May 9, 2009 7:35 PM
The reunion committee met last night - a surge is on to find our graduates!  We will post some pics.  We are all having a great time!  Wish you were here!
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joe fay on May 10, 2009 8:48 PM
  Very early this morning I was in the place I wanted to plant some wildflower seeds for our classmates that have passed on . Its a place of incredible beauty and very remote . It borders yellowstone national park and the beartooth wilderness . Imagine a open meadow with a stream that looks like a blue ribbon going thru it . Its surrouneded by aspens and white pine and spruce and is populated with grizz , moose, lion . It was a beautifull day .
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joe fay on May 11, 2009 1:53 AM
I wanted to add that if you go to ggogle maps you can see where I planted the wildflower seeds I got from udsa for our classmates . Find yellowstone nat park , zoom the terrain north east of tower junction , its slough creek the third meadow, its on the park borderline. 8 mile hike in from the trail head . Its like going to nirvana .Come visit ,will guide.
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Karen Anderson-Orr on July 2, 2009 11:01 PM
Dear Joe
I want you to know that what you did to honor our classmates who have passed on was beautiful!; I haven't checked the Google map yet but having visited that part of the country, I can imagine it as you described it. I just emailed Paula Jenkin Chudoba's husband, Bruce (in Clifton, VA) with the reunion web site; I told him that Paula (and others no longer with us), have been honored by your good deed. We also honored those who have passed at the reunion on Sat. night.  As you can imagine, John Cruz and Rudy Gonzalez did a great job with the program.  Hope all is well with you - you sound like a happy man!
Karen A-O (see you on July 30th?)
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Steve Reay on May 10, 2009 8:54 PM

Who would have thought in 1969 that we all would be connecting on a website and sharing what was a truly remarkable time in our lives.
This also brings a bittersweet reality that life was short for some of us.
The rememberance page honors those of us that left us way too early. Donna Hampton and Dennis Verdugo were friends and I knew the others remembered.
I must write something about Dennis. As I wrote Patty I believe the statutes of limitations has run out on some of our escapades.
I knew Dennis starting at CPJHS where we would go to the laundramat and try to tumble each other in the industrial clothes dryers.
Over the flollowing years we surfed, worked on our cars, worked together and partied quite a bit. He was always a friend who had your back and was there for you when you needed him. Dennis had that heart of gold with just enough larceny in it to make life interesting.
One of my favorite times was the summer of 69, we worked at the Big Apple gas station with Gene Crumley, Bobby Parker and Jack Wood. We worked a swing shift and would leave after work, drive to a cul de sac just North of the Scripps pier in La Jolla. We would hike down the canyon with our surfboards and sleeping bags, sleep-then the next morning surf the beach breaks all the way to Blacks Beach. Then we would head back to the apartment and shower for work. Truly a great summer.
Perhaps the best way to define Dennis to me is this story. The same summer of 69, he, I think Gene and I (guys if I left someone out-am I bad) went to K-42 and Ensanada in Dennis' fat fender Ford F-150. When we got to Ensenada it was lunch time. One of the street kids was selling Chiclets. Dennis bought the whole box in exchange for the kid watching the truck, our boards and gear. He then gave the kid the box of Chiclets back and bought him lunch.
The story doesn't stop there we were tooling around Ensenada and met three women from back East who needed to get to the San Diego airport that day. Unknown to me Dennis said no problem, I was pissed because there was more waves to catch. Ultimately Dennis out argued me and they arrived at the airport in time to catch their plane.
Though we got into trouble from time to time, sometimes we stopped to do the right thing or Dennis showed me the right way.
Miss you Bud.
 

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joe fay on May 11, 2009 10:44 PM
Wow steves memory and tribute to dennis was very touching . I remember my dad dropping me and my friends off at coronado beach every saturday for surfin . He worked at north island and on sat half day  we would hang at the beach all day with just  thirty five cents , enough to by twenkies and chocolate milk . I also remember working at taco bell up on 3rd ave and in I.B. and all my friends would come by for free food ! We would throw powderd milk in the fire ring ,remember those?,and watch them blow up, Man those were the days  ! Thanks Steve for takin us back .
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Pat fay fay on May 12, 2009 1:25 AM
I talked to my brother Joe tonight          He reminded me of this website          I must tell you all I love my brother Joe as far a I can see  the rest of my life      I know he loves me as well. I'll always Remember when Joe and I Listened to Robin Trowers  "Bridge Of Sighs"       for the first time.          Quite incredible
Joe was always the wild one          I remember having to drag him in to our bedroom after a night of hard partying.....so mom and dad would never find out
I also remember laying in bed after coming home form school, listening to Johnny Mathis, after having fell in love with Marsha Simpson and Betty Connaghey for the fiftieth time.
I was president of the drama club      And I will always rememember Mrs Bouley      Not Only for her Acting Expertice          Bt Letting us Light up   out back of the drama room    
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Patty on May 12, 2009 2:34 PM

Mrs. B. the drama teacher was one of my favs ~  She was a confidence builder.  
Mrs. Gagnon was also one of my favorites. 

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Dana Mangan on May 12, 2009 5:05 PM
My fav without a doubt, Mr. Dappert.  Great person that really cared about his school kids.  Thanks, Mr. D.
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Patty on May 13, 2009 7:19 PM
ha - Mr D -- all the girls would bring him the food we cooked in home economics.  Poor guy! Some of those bisquits were like rocks!
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Dana Mangan on May 12, 2009 2:08 PM
Joe, you have an amazing heart.  What a great way to honor our forever friends.  Wouldn't it be great if a group would arrange to meet with you next year for the hike and planting of more seeds.
Beautiful  tribute to Dennis, Steve.  I miss Donna everyday of my life.  She was such a great friend, sister-in-law, aunt to my sons, mother of two GREAT kids, and always a loving wife. She was always so fun to be with, laugh with, and it's comforting to know one day I'll be with her again.  Keep the love flowing.  Cheers!
Dana


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Pat Fay on May 12, 2009 7:15 PM
Heh...Remenber when Robert Wetzel ( the son of a Baptist Minister) and another  guy, whos name I can't remember, chucked an M-80 down one of toiletsin the boys Gym and blew it to smithereens!!!!   LOL     Does anyone remember who the other guy was?
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Pat Fay on May 12, 2009 11:25 PM
Heh Steve  If You are into Micro-Brews       Try Longboard Lager  Kona Brewing Co  Hawaiian Beer       It's my favorite .    2nd Favorite  Sierra Nevada  Of Course   My Wifes Daughter lives in Chico     Works for the brewery    Try Their  IPA     and Celebration Ale Sometime   I get it all for free!!!!  LOL            Another Good one is   Steelhead  from Mad River Breweries        Good Stuff
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Steve Reay on May 15, 2009 12:05 AM
Dana-Yeah missing our friends is tough, I still think I am indestructuible. Sadly my body tells me differently but in my mind I am 18 forever.
Pat- I like the latest now pic, tell me is that a good single malt you are sipping. The Longboard is good, if you have a chance to try anything from Ninkasi or Hopworks you won't be sorry.
Adios for now Steve.
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Steve Reay on May 15, 2009 12:22 AM
Pat
I just remembered the M-80 incident. It was last period gym and I was walking in as these two guys came running out and said, "you don't want to go in there". It blew that toilet to off at the base, I thought it was pretty cool at the time. Probably wouldn't appreciate it as a teacher. No injuries-no foul.
Steve
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Dexter on May 30, 2009 2:33 AM
The other guy at the M-80 incident was Jim Walters
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Patty on June 20, 2009 9:57 PM
"Son of a Preacher Man"  -- yes, he was

where is he? 
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 4, 2009 6:30 PM

Hi Dana!
You look just the same...everyone looks so great! Dana, do you remember Mrs. Young's class? or was it Miss McClintock's class? It was a mixed grade class and you were a grade behind us, but you skipped a grade and caught up. So...you are younger than most of us! Who'd have thought that would be a good thing when we were in elementary school? I'm so looking forward to seeing you again!
Linda

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Dana Mangan on June 5, 2009 12:11 AM
Wow, Linda, I can't believe you remember that!  That was tough in elementary school being baby Dana!  Now, who cares!!  I loved seeing your grandkids and daughters in the photo pages.  Please get in touch with me if you come to Paradise!  Have fun on the cruise, wish I was joining you.
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Denise McClendon (Durrant on June 19, 2009 4:07 PM
Miss McClintock was one of the nicest teachers and one of my favorites.  Remember Mr. Strictland (5th grad) and Mrs. Attaway (6 grade) (ceramics).  I remember Joe Lawrence always breaking pencils in class and the guys always playing baseball.  And remember when we went to Joe Lawrence's dairy every year for a field trip.  His dad always gave us ice cream?
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joe fay on May 13, 2009 12:29 AM
Well another exciting day in montana . My daughters Meghan and Emily took their mom to chula vista for mothers day . Im home alone , the beagles and I are having a straering contest and its snowing outside . Im glad I got that 30pack of busch lite with all this talk about beer . I have been fishing everyday since the girls left and im monituring a beaver situation on the ranch reserve I caretake . WE have to capture and relocate some beaver to another part of the yellowstone river in  paradise valley . A full size river beaver is the size of german shepard dog . Its almost morrel mushroom  picking season ,they are awesome . Love you to little brother Patrick. Okay whos intrested in a backcountry adventure ? It can be rustic or comfortable or both a trip to yellowstone nat pak and grand teton and maybe Glacier Nt. Pk. river rafting next year ?  It would be kind of like that show survivore , just kidding ,Email me . I will make all the arrangemnts ,but the sooner the better . IM thinking aug. 2010 and IM SERIOUS ABOUT THIS !!!!
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Patty on May 13, 2009 2:33 AM
river rafting would be fun if the water isn't too cold! By August it should be like the rivers of Kauai, right ;-)
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joe fay on May 15, 2009 9:10 AM
Patty ,the water in most of the rivers up is  is like ice water so you need to protect your body with antifreeze ,beer,wine ,vodka,single malt irish whiskey works real well . Of course for the girls its clothing optional  ! Its fun to stop on a small island and bbq freash trout or hot links and steak over an open fire . Hey Steve remember our tennis coach mr. Cox he was a trip . Also mrs. Orr the art teacher I went to see her one time after graduation ,she was a sweethart.
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Steve Reay on May 15, 2009 6:55 PM
Joe-Yeah I remember Mr. Cox. He would spot us 14 points in a 15 point badmitton game for a steak dinner if you won. I never won the down side was he would have some chore for the loser. He was a good guy.
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Pat fay on May 16, 2009 2:11 AM
Joe               My Brother         Will you ever forget the time we Saw Genisis Do The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway?  In San Diego            Joe     That movement in music defined a insurrection in emotion.......a perfect reason to live.
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joe fay on May 16, 2009 11:06 PM
  Hey , does anybody remember the Otay Navy , Dominic E. I cant remember if that was at cpjh or CPH , Steve , Gene , Patrick ? Yes I remember the concert .
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andrew estrada on May 17, 2009 12:55 AM
hey whats happening? I am so very happy. i am there. I hooked up with rudy and diane man I havnt laughed so much in a long time. man we had such a good time.  drew monster
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Patty on May 19, 2009 12:37 PM
Did Rudy have his dancin' shoes on?
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Linda Lane Hagan on May 26, 2009 6:02 PM
Hi Joe!
Dominque Enjambre! He was a nice guy...in fact, he's the one who told me my boyfriend John was in the bleachers making out with another girl. He thought I should know
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Steve Reay on May 28, 2009 10:54 PM

Hi Linda
I remember Dominic and Tony Hernandez. The last time I saw them we were in the hotel parking lot at the 10th reunion sharing something Tony said a teacher shouldn't be doing. Good guys. Dominic was a musician I believe.
Steve

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joe fay on May 31, 2009 8:59 AM
 Hi LINDA , So how come you never came to visit my studio in little tokyo or venice beach ? yes dominic was ahead of his time for being cool . I hope you and steve put some of your artwork on this site . Its been great to hear from all my old friends , Ralph told me an old story about our driver trainning incident with a certain girl and a fence !
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:21 PM
Hi Joe-
I only wish I'd have seen your studios. I remember Karen telling me about you being an artist and I could just imagine your work after you got into painting in college. I've always worked out of my house.
Speaking of houses, do you remember in Junior High we toilet-papered your parent's house for about the 10th time that week? You and Pat came out and yelled at us. Your mom called the cops and  we jumped a fence and hid in your neighbor's yard while they drove by. But they kept circling so we actually walked into someone's home to avoid the police because we were so scared. They were kind enough to let us hang out until the police were gone. Hmmm, we were pretty stupid, huh?  I'm looking forward to seeing you!
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:35 PM
Hi Joe-
I have one piece on the Artists page...one. Pretty sorry showing for someone who made a living at it, huh?
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Joe fay on June 13, 2009 11:29 PM
 Hey LINDA , I sold every piece of art I could , when you have two baby girls and no real job we had to live. In the beginnig we were very poor ,food stamps ,medical ,etc I always fely lucky that someone would buy my art . I did keep good records but I also got burned alot ,such is the life of an artist ,and it still is .
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:08 PM
Hi Steve-
I sure wish you were coming out for the reunion. I'd love to meet your wife and see you again! Remember your father would collect the fireworks at the border and then he'd take us to the bullring where we'd form sides and wage war against each other? We are so lucky to still have 10 fingers and 10 toes! Your parents were great. How are your sisters? I saw Sharon at a funeral a few years ago. (that's where we oldtimers meet until reunion years) Hope you're well. John is coming with Bernie. Even Debbie Machamer is coming from SF. You look just the same, by the way!
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joe fay on June 4, 2009 1:28 AM
Hi LINDA ! Yes im really looking forward to seeing you also . Im sorry I do remember the toilet paperring but then I dont know . You have to realize im very old now and my memory is like that of a chipmunck ! I do remember you were always teasing me , developed a complex went to therapy became an artist . Linda THANKS !
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Steve Reay on June 4, 2009 12:10 PM
Linda
You are so right about still having all our fingers and toes. The bottle rocket wars were great. Sadly my pop passed away last January, really miss the old guy. There are more stories I could tell about how I survived outings with my pop. I would really like to make if to the reunion, but hearing from everyone through the website is still fun.
Steve
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Patty on June 6, 2009 2:30 AM
Steve, if you happen to get this way at some point, we can call an impromptu mini reunion - great time.  It's been fun reconnecting with everyone!
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Patty on June 6, 2009 2:51 AM
I remember a lot of tping going on and the slumber parties at Jessie's in the cool room in the garage - I think her mom even drove us to do the papering! I remember hitting Joe's and Pat's house too. 
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Bonnie Dubiniak on May 17, 2009 1:15 PM
Patty, thanks so much for putting together this website. It's been a stroll down memory lane....I love it. I hope it continues for a while.  See everyone at La Bella's !
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Patty on May 17, 2009 3:36 PM
Bonnie ~ it will be up for at least a year - maybe longer - should give us time to find our misplaced friends!
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Patty on May 19, 2009 1:36 AM
Does anyone remember who it was that stuck the tweezers into the electrical plug during biology in Mr. Neveu's class?  I think he was from the class of '68 ~ ah.... probably took that class a couple of times!
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Linda Hagan on May 26, 2009 5:59 PM
I remember...it was Jimmy Sanchez...MY lab partner. The electrical lightning shot across the whole room. Mr. Nevue (sp?) said that if he hadn't been holding the tweezers on the end he'd have been dead. It scared me to death and I yelled at him...ahhhh, the memories.
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Patty on May 26, 2009 7:27 PM
Linda - you're right!  It was Jimmy Sanchez!  We must have been in biology together.  Remember the cow's heart or was it a pig?  It was disgusting!
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:29 PM
Hi Patty-
Oh, yes, I remember the pig heart! I didn't even like disecting worms and I refused...would have failed without extra credit.
Mr. Neveu was a great teacher!

He did make me cry one day. I was painting pep posters in my songleader uniform after school and he came up to me and told me how dissappointed he was in me because I was just a social butterfly. That I should be getting A's. I don't know why that was so distressing, but it was. I raised my grade to a B.

At the end of the school year, Mr. Neveu said if anyone could remember the major phyllums he would raise their grade one full letter grade...of course, being the slacker/make up artist I was, I was empowered to recall all of them and he was true to his word. He raised my grade from a B to an A. I hope Ernie's there, too.
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Patty on June 3, 2009 11:22 PM

Have to admit, Ernie was not my favorite.  He had to sign my grades off when I ran tried out for something and I made the comment about how I really "needed" at least a C to try out.  He looked at me and said, (and I quote) "people in hell need cold water"....   Maybe he just didn't like those social activities! 
Karen said he is not teaching anymore -he's a winemaker up north.  He used those scientific formulas to better the world!
Go Ernie!

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Linda Lane Hagan on June 4, 2009 6:41 PM
I'm thinking you're right, Patty. He actually expected me to reach my potential! ha ha. But I loved Ernie. Maybe he can  send us some wine samples...we've Ernie'd it. I mean earned it.
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Patty on June 5, 2009 12:54 AM
Good one, Linda!  He had to put up with a lot of whining ~
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 4, 2009 6:45 PM
Hi Bonnie!
I'd just like to remind you that you met the father of your children at my 1st party in Mission Beach on San Juan Place! Do you remember? I can't wait to see you!
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Bonnie Dubiniak on June 18, 2009 4:14 PM
Oh yes I remember...the passion punch...Jenny & Tony  And....."JENNY WALK down LINDA LANE with KAREN AND-HER-SON." What memories, lil' Lane girl, can't wait to see you!
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Patty on June 20, 2009 10:19 PM
Bonnie - lol - I was singing that the other day....
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Pat Fay on May 19, 2009 8:57 PM
Does anyone remember when Rick Turner bought a speakerphone to school and set it up on the Quad at lunchtime?   Threatened to overthrow the School Administratiors if they didn't agree to tudent body demands and terms.......... LMAO
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Pat Fay on May 19, 2009 9:05 PM

Steve.......Actually in my after Pic I'm sipping a shot of fone Tequila   Penca Azul Reposado to be exact  Runs about a hundred bucs a fifth so I only drink it on special   That's my new bar I'm toasting you from


Thanks for the comment about Poe   I still do taht Part in Local Theatre

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Pat Fay on May 19, 2009 9:08 PM
Dang!!!!  My spelling sucks!!!!!    I'm not hammered yet, must be the keyboard!!!!!   :(
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Patty on May 19, 2009 11:00 PM
R U Sure it's not the tequila? ;-)
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:33 PM
Hi Pat!
Don't worry about your spelling. Who'd know?
(Just kidding all of you teachers and school administrators:)
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Gene Crumley on May 22, 2009 3:42 PM
Steve's recollection about surfing with Dennis in Baja reminded me of another time when the three of us were together. Actually, there were two car loads of us when we got to the border, on a surfing trip to K-38 or K-42, but we got separated and met up again at a little bakery about 20 miles south of Tijuana. After getting some baked goodies, we drove over to the water about two blocks from the bakery. There was a fishing pier, and some very nice little waves breaking off the pier, but the water was oily with fish and smelled like a two-day old tuna can!

Anyway, I remember standing down at the water's edge, talking with Steve and I think Bill Moore [by the way, does anyone know where Bill is today?] and Bill stuck his arm into the water and we could see the oil line on his arm ... but the waves were good.

The next thing I know, Dennis is jogging toward the water with his surfboard and we think he is crazy, not only because the water was foul with fish remains, but we figured there had to be sharks just off shore as well.

So, he jumps in the water, starting paddling out, and within a minute has caught a very nice wave! Withine minutes we all join Dennis, about 6-8 of us, and we surf for about an hour.

When we were done, we all piled into the two cars and drove on to the beach we had first intended to surf. We all smelled like rancid tuna fish, but because of Dennis we all had an experience that I can still remember clearly, forty years later!
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Steve Reay on May 23, 2009 8:11 PM
Gene
I remember that day. If I remember right there was a nice peak with both lefts and rights. It was putrid though. I don't think Dennis had a clue the water was so bad, he was probably wondering what was taking us so long. I think they used to call that break the Cannery. We sure had some good waves though.
Steve
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Pat fay on May 24, 2009 1:05 AM
Heh Everyone!!  Have a Good  Memorial Day!!!   Char  And I are going to jump the light rail to Downtown Sacramento Tommorrow    Gonna Take in some Jazz Jubilee         Pics will be forthcoming
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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:39 PM
Hi Gene!!<br /> I remember in elementary school (3rd grade) you were the catcher and the batter (was it&nbsp;Greg?)&nbsp;clobbered you with a baseball bat. Ah, the good old days.
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Gene Crumley on June 8, 2009 8:05 PM
And for all these decades I have wondered why my memory is so pathetic ... the baseball bat in third grade. Of course!
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Bonnie Dubiniak on June 18, 2009 4:19 PM
Gene, I can remember playing combat with you, Greg & Karen.We had a great neighborhood! Hope to see you. Bonnie
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Patty on June 20, 2009 10:36 PM
Gene, Bill is Mike Lyons cousin and Paula said he lives in Vegas. 
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joe fay on May 25, 2009 9:54 AM
&nbsp; Steve and Gene the surf memoies really take me back . Yes Im pretty sure the spot you guys mentioned was called the Cannery . I also remememder I.B. would get real funky sometimes also . Hey does anybody remember the BBCTS ?
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Steve Reay on May 28, 2009 10:51 PM

Joe
I remember the BBCTS. John Fiocco got me into them. Fun times but I spent a lot of time grounded because of the activities.
Steve

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joe fay on May 31, 2009 8:48 AM
  Steve , I couldnt rememember who was in the club , I know I got alot of static from my parents also for being involved and could hardly ever do anything .Hey does anyone know where Jimmy Proulx is , bob parker are now ?
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Patty on May 31, 2009 11:39 AM
Jimmy is in CV and is coming to the reunion.  He also said he would plug in his computer. 

Wish you could come to the LaBella's reunion too ~
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Pat Fay on June 1, 2009 1:31 AM

I Remember flying from Providence RI to Ft Jackson SC  Early Fall 1969    I Had just enlisted in The Army      The Radio kept playing          "The End"    by The Doors               I said to myself........ Geesus Christ,  what have I gotten myself into?,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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Linda Lane Hagan on June 3, 2009 7:42 PM
I remember BBCT. John Fiocco and his cousin Frankie were in it. The only thing I&nbsp;can remember about it was them fighting...sailors, other schools, etc. And them drinking. I cant' remember what the B B & and T stood for, but the C was for Compton. Mitch Compton, right?
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pat fay on June 3, 2009 11:12 PM
I thought the BBCT stood for The Busch Bavarian Competition Team
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pat fay on June 3, 2009 11:15 PM
Heh Linda?     WTF does I&nbsp; mean?
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pat fay on June 3, 2009 11:15 PM
Heh Linda?     WTF does I&nbsp; mean?
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joe fay on June 4, 2009 1:37 AM
 sorry that was a type o when the beagles ran across my lap top , I think its some sort of beagle hound code .
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Steve Reay on June 4, 2009 12:16 PM
The BBCT was for the Bush Bavarian Competition Team. I was grounded mostly because of the drinking, too many beach partys and sunday football games for kegs of beer. Steve.
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John Fiocco on June 4, 2009 6:48 PM

Hey guys, it was the the Bush Bavarian Competition Team, those were some great parties.

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Linda Lane Hagan on June 4, 2009 6:51 PM
I don't know, Pat.
I don't know, Pat.
Maybe you can ask Joe...his blog of May 25th says it, too.
Actually, I think that's what happens when you don't get the code correct and have to try again.
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joe fay on June 5, 2009 2:40 AM
   Hey Im tellin you all there is no meanning to the nbsp or whatever , John and steve , I still drink bush,lite that is ! Im laughing at the blog ,its great to hear from everyone and HeyLinda ,very nice painting !
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Dana Mangan on June 5, 2009 6:05 PM
School's out for summer!  My 2nd graders love Pink Floyd on the last day of school.  I think the nbsp is just a computer transcription error, we need a computer classmate whiz to tell Linda how to bypass that.  I just work with 7 & 8 year olds. 
Try renting Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion to get you pumped for La Bella's.  Maybe it's just a girl thing, but it's a classic and hilarious. 
Linda, you are so funny still!  Hey Joe, I think chipmunk brain must be a Montana thing, I just call it brain fog here.  Either way, I have it too.
Hugs to all, Dana
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John Fiocco on June 5, 2009 7:51 PM
Ok, somebody had to google it, "&nbsp;" - the Doomsday Tag 
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pat fay on June 5, 2009 8:17 PM
I was just informed by a friend of mine that &nbsp is Martian for "Have a Nice Day" :)    I think he hails from  Mars so he's probaly in the know on that subject..........
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joe fay on June 6, 2009 12:10 PM
 Okay , I just rememberd its canadian slang for the telling a girl  ,"YOUR PRETTIER THAN A NEW SET OF SNOW TIRES " ,  EAAA ! Snowing here in montana today !
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Bonnie Dubiniak on June 18, 2009 4:25 PM
I'm with you Linda....I thought the BBCT stood for Brown (cvh) Baragas (mvh) Compton (cph) Torres (hh)
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Linda Hagan on June 19, 2009 2:41 PM
Hi Bonnie!<br /> That was almost what I remember...Bush, Brown, Compton and Torres, is what I&nbsp;recall. But you remember this stuff way better than I do. I'm so excited to see you!
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Gene Crumley on June 10, 2009 4:21 PM

Steve and Joe:

You're right, it was the Cannery ... and surfing IB reminds of many late afternoons, at the break in IB farthest south of the pier, where a small river met the ocean. Did that place have a name? I can't remember ... but then, since third grade, after being hit with the bat, my memory has not been so good!

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joe fay on June 11, 2009 11:35 PM
Gene , CRUM BUM , hey buddy wasnt that just called the tijauna slough ? There were three breaks depending on the swell , 1st,2nd and 3rd notch . Wow I dont know where that came from but Gene you struck some very old grey matter . We need to make a plan for 2010 . It would be totally cool to get Steve , Bill Moore ,John, You , and anyone else to a beach party , maybe at La costa state park so we could camp out . Oh I guess girls could come also , Okay Patty ,Linda ,Diane ,Bonnie,Edna,Karen,Dana,and the rest of you cp beach bunnies !
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Terry Griffith on June 12, 2009 5:25 PM
Hey Joe, wassup?&nbsp; That place south of IB was the slews bro.&nbsp; Surfed there often myself.&nbsp; I remember sitting on the outside there once, waiting on a set,&nbsp; these dorselfins popped-up all around me.&nbsp; I pulled my legs up and made a beeline for shore and got turned upside down by an incoming wave.&nbsp; I&nbsp; still haven't swam so fast in all my life.&nbsp; Found out later on that porpoise(?) were migrating south for the winter.....what a rush that was.1872
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joe fay on June 13, 2009 11:40 PM
Terry , I remember being outside at I.B. one time sitting on my board waiting for the next set and a seal poked its head out of the water next to me and barked at me ! That was pretty cool !
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Patty on June 11, 2009 2:36 PM
Tony - great stuff in the photo album!  I love the driver's training card!!! 

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joe fay on June 11, 2009 11:58 PM
TONY , WOW !!! Your the real artist , the pics are awesome and CPJH pic was great . Im glad someone was thinking back then . Tony it really took me home . Thankyou ! YOUR THE MAN !
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Tony Castro on June 12, 2009 2:49 PM
Patty & Joe...I was a wired kid in that I realy liked history and memorabilia. I never threw anything away!!  I have plastic bins full of old school stuff, I don't even know what is in them anymore. I will take my CP athletics scrap book to LaBellas. CP sports clippings
from almost the beginning to early 1970's. I still have the very first "Trojan Trumpet" tucked away somewhere as well as an aerial view of Rienstra Dairy before CP was built.   
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pat fay on June 12, 2009 6:26 PM
Dudes and`Dudettes!!!!!  Big Hullabaloo Concert in Sacramento on July 25th!!  Hermans Hermits!!  The Monkees!!!  Paul Revere and The Raiders!!!  Many others!!!   Details@        khits921.com
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Patty on June 13, 2009 1:04 AM

Pat, say hello to the Monkey's for me!

Denise, Karen, Mari Rachow and I saw Paul Revere in Cost Plus and Mari started singing one of his songs to him.  We were about 18 ~ too funny. 

If you get a chance, Steve Miller still puts on an awesome concert.

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Pat Fay on June 13, 2009 9:28 PM
Patty, I heard he puts on a great show too.  Ok You Gremmies and Hodads!!!  "I Feel So Bad each time I look outside and find My Woody outside covered with snow nowhere to go now
New Yorks a lonely town.......when your the only Surfer Boy  around............  :(      

WHO SANG IT???????
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tony castro on June 13, 2009 10:01 PM
Jan & Dean, and this from a former Otay Chuko  :-)
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Tony Castro on June 13, 2009 10:04 PM
Does anyone out there remember what happened to the purple cow?
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Pat Fay on June 13, 2009 10:25 PM
Tony.........Otay is the toughest town from coast to coast........and isn't afraid to die...............;)
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tony castro on June 13, 2009 10:54 PM
Hey Pat...where do you live with the Eastern time zone..
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Patty on June 14, 2009 2:35 AM
Tony, I remember a cow - was it purple?  Wasn't it painted a couple of times?  Where was it?  Was it on the corner of ????
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Pat fay on June 14, 2009 2:32 PM

Tony....I Live in Sacramento. The outfit that sets up these sights must be an East Coast based  operation thus the East Coast time stamp when you make an entry.

Wasn't the purple cow on top of a dairy or conveniance store on something   Maybe like 3rd and Main St?

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tony castro on June 14, 2009 9:17 PM
Yes the purple cow was at south east corner of 3rd and Main in Otay. It was an old style drive thru dairy as well as gas station. It was right across the street from Otay General Store. Later after it was shut down the cow (I suppose it was the same cow) ended up at a dairy in Nestor, just south of the old smoke house. After that I gues it just disapeared. Probably sitting somewhere with Tommy Trojan.
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Denise Durrant on June 21, 2009 3:24 PM
Pat,
It was Cost Less back then.

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joe fay on June 14, 2009 6:35 PM
  Wow I was just reading Terrys statement in the guestbook , he mentioned alot of the places I remember from that special time . Hey remember the music they used to play at the Vouge Theater before the show started ? IT was funky ! Also The WING , Donna and I used to go there and park  when I could wrangle my older brothers truck after the games at CPH . I also remember being told to go home by the cops ! The drive in , the harbor and he big sky was another favorite place for Donna and I , she even put up with me wanting to see kung -fu or clint eastwood movies there . Hey did anyone ever skateboard down suicide hill ?
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Tony Castro on June 14, 2009 9:20 PM
If they did try they are no longer with us!!
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pat fay on June 14, 2009 9:29 PM
Heh    Remember Earl Clarks Pool Hall    on 3rd Ave?   Near Palomar?           You could  work out   or play pool and buy cigarettes all in one place? It Was sorta next to Robert  Wetzel's Dad's Church
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Pat fay on June 15, 2009 1:50 AM
I Had Lunch with Rick and AJ Simon today         They just reopened their office in old town      Simon and Simon Investigations   I f Ya need a PI             I strongly reccommend them
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Patty on June 15, 2009 10:32 PM
were they tracking you down? ;-)

Pat, are you coming to LaBella's?

I spoke with Jessica yesterday - she has her reservations ~ 
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Pat Fay on June 16, 2009 11:22 AM
Patty....  Due to a prior committment we will be unable to attend, so have a GREAT time and hoist one for me!!!!!!!
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Patty on June 16, 2009 1:21 PM
We will --
we will post pictures on the web.  Are you still doing the cruise?
We will do a get together the evening before - just meet at the bar or something.
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Jim Sczepaniak on June 16, 2009 6:06 PM
It was nice to hear from Pat, Steve, and Gene about the old times.  I remember going to IB with a couple of friends after shaving my head and about 15 surfers tried to start something.  They thought we were jarheads.  We ran like hell. 

I remember going to a track meet somewhere as a high jumper.  We thought we were pretty good until we saw these guys from other schools doing the Fosberry Flip.  We had no chance.  It was a nice bus ride.

By the way, the song NEW YORK'S A LONELY TOWN is by the TRADEWINDS not Jan and Dean.  It was a nice guess.  I guess.
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Pat fay on June 16, 2009 10:44 PM
Jim              Yes it was The Tradewinds             Bingo!!!!   WTG  Dude!!!
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Pat fay on June 16, 2009 10:49 PM
Heh    I Just wanted to let you guys know       If Char and I can be of any help with Vet  Medical Advice      Feel free to EMail Us   Or Call our Office
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patty on June 16, 2009 10:58 PM
Pat, that is very nice of you.  I need a dog whisperer -- my dog is a psycho! 
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Tony Castro on June 16, 2009 11:04 PM
The Tradewinds??  Never Hoid of dem..
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Helga Rindone on June 17, 2009 7:49 PM
Hi Classmates,
Although Andy Sanchez was not in our class (Class of '70), I know that we probably all knew him, and especially everyone that was on the football team with him.  Sadly, Andy passed away last Friday, June 12.  He had become a teacher and coach in the school district and last taught at Sweetwater High School.  Just found out this afternoon that his memorial service is being held the day of our reunion dinner......June 27 at 11:00 a.m. at the Immaculata at USD, just in case anyone is in town for the weekend and would like to attend that Saturday morning.
See you all at La Bella's!
Helga Rindone (Friemelt)
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Pat fay on June 17, 2009 11:28 PM
Raising my glass to Andy            Sleep well  fellow Trojan
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Patty on June 18, 2009 1:15 AM
John Cruz let us know that Joe Kmet also passed away a few days earlier.  Two great guys - two great football players.
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pat fay on June 18, 2009 8:54 PM
Paula.........Nice to see you and Mike in here. We had some great times in drama class and Thespian Club huh?  Remember the One Act Festivals at SD State? Have you seen or heard from Linda Mills (Thomas) lately?
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Helga Rindone on June 19, 2009 12:21 AM
I did see the one line obit in the newspaper last week and I assumed it was the same Joe Kmet that we knew, but I didn't have any other details, so was hesitant to post anything.
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Patty on July 15, 2009 10:36 AM
Helga ~  it was great to see you and Howard.  You both look great ~ It was also amazing to hear how many graduates were at CP while he was there - keep in touch!
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Denise McClendon (Durrant) on June 19, 2009 4:01 PM
I don't remember graduation day that well but I do remember Graduation Night.  Karen Anderson, Mary Rachow and I went straight to TJ that night (I don't know why Pat Gilhuber wasn't with us?  Pat, what did you do that night?).  We sent to Chairs and of course the Aloha and I think that bar that was located in the bowling alley.  We parked in that parking lot across the street from the Aloha.  We met Jaime Page and Gay Norcross there.  Drinks were $1.10 for Tom Collins and $.65 for Corona (you never forget those cheap prices).  On the way back in the car the Federalies (sp?) blew their whistle at us and tried to flag us down to stop.  But we were so scared (laughing all the way) we just kept going until we crossed the border.  Then I think we went to Coronado Beach after that and I remember there were tons and tons of bowling pins on the beach (back in those days you could dump anthing on the beach and not get in trouble).  It was so much fun.  (I wish I would of saved my bowling pin I took with me, I could sell in on Ebay today.)
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pat fay on June 19, 2009 11:45 PM
Denise............Graduation night I was passed out on a beach in Ensenada         All I remember is the Band Playing Some Santana   And a beautiful woman sitting next to me at this outdoor bar         :( 
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andrew estrada on June 20, 2009 2:42 AM
Denise that is so 70s t j chairs. long bar. aloha. tacos from the street vender. i loved slow gin fizz . aloha had the best. i saw carlos santana at the sports arena and later that nite at the aloha. those were the days my friend. damn north beach coronado that was the place to party.
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pat fay on June 20, 2009 3:06 PM
Speaking of the 70's   I need to get to a barber and have this mullet haircut I've been wearing cut off for good. The Joe Dirt look is just not "In" anymore.....:(
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Denise Durrant on June 21, 2009 3:34 PM
I forgot about Slow Gin Fizzes.  Pat G remember when we drank that one night in TJ about six months after we graduated.  What's her name Swackhammer was with us.  Anyway we drank so many we don't know how we got home.  And I think we had to go to work the next day or something?  I've never drank a slow gin fizz since.  YuK.
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Patty on June 21, 2009 5:39 PM
Denise - Dayle Swackhamer ~ I don't think I've had one since either. Remember the greasy chips at the bowling alley? Yuk! It is a wonder we are all still alive after eating those.

I remember after a night of partying in Mission Beach in my early 20's -- Dana and I were living together on Second Avenue and we each wore contacts from the same eye doctor  - idential cases - and we both had colored contacts.  I put her contacts in one morning and went to work.  Thought I was really hung over and then Dana called me up and asked if I had her contacts...... lol!  That was a good one~
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Patty on June 20, 2009 10:14 PM
Denise, on graduation night I was only 17 and couldn't go to TJ!  Unless, of course it was in the trunk of a car and I only remember doing that once.  I think it was my cousin Carol's VW bug. 
She wasn't a very good driver ---- what was I thinking?!  This is the same cousin who married one of the guitar players at the Aloha club!  He couldn't speak English and she couldn't speak Spanish! Oh what a night......she was on the rebound from a relationship.  Needless-to-say, hey were not married very long!

On graduation, my parents bought me a set of Red Samsonite luggage.  Were they trying to tell me something ;-) 

I might have been home packing for our trip to Seattle.  Remember the side trip near Lake Tahoe?  We had so much fun.  And the pickle factory in Enumclaw?  The snow at Mt Ranier in June? 

When we returned your dad got us both jobs in downtown San Diego and I think our pay was $256.00 a month!  Remember how much you enjoyed Mr. Roper!!! 
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pat fay on June 21, 2009 2:02 AM
"Song              "You Keep Me Hanging On"          Vanilla Fudge
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tony castro on June 21, 2009 4:03 AM
You sure it wasn't Jan and Dean? 
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Denise Durrant on June 21, 2009 3:28 PM
We didn't go to Seattle until a year and a half after we graduated.  And I thought we went earlier in the year?  Remember driving back in Northern CA and we were in the mountains and really tired.  We stayed at that run down motel (the only one we could find) and we put chairs in front of the door because it was so scary.  We didn't get any sleep.  (Can you imagine if our kids did that?  We would die.  (My kids probally did do that.))
Denise
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Patty on June 21, 2009 5:32 PM
Denise,

We didn't go for a year and a half after graduation?  Wow, it took me a long time to pack then!  That makes more sense - some of the poeple in the side trip and the pictures we took.  I have a picture of the hotel door and we were afraid to sleep in the gross beds because of what might have slept there prior to us!

Then I have no idea of where I was graduation night.  Could I have met you guys at the beach?  I remember the bowling pins but not sure if I remember them from hearing about them or because I was there.    When did we start working at Industries?

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patty on June 21, 2009 10:49 PM
my photo album says.... Jan 1971
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Patty on June 24, 2009 8:12 PM
The Vogue?  Is it still there? 

The pool and the community dances and the Fiesta De La Luna! 

Do they still have the Fiesta?  or did I dream that?


Fredricka Manor - working as a candy striper....
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Karen on June 25, 2009 9:01 AM

I loved this.  What a walk down memory lane.  We could write our own for Chula Vista!  Remember walking all the way down to the Chula vista shopping center?  It was an adventure!  Remember the "hill"?  It was out the back gate of CP Junior High , across the playing fields and out the east gate?  Do you remember running all the way home, Linda? 

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pat fay on June 26, 2009 12:05 AM
To everybody going to the reunion this Saturday night, have a wonderful time'Yall       I really wish I could be there.  Instead, I will be spaying and neutering feral cats in Vacaville, due to a prior committment.   So HAVE FUN, DRINK UP, AND HOIST ONE FOR ME!!!!
GO TROJANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Patty on June 28, 2009 11:24 PM
Pat, I think some of us might have hoisted a "couple" for you ;-O
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andrew estrada on June 28, 2009 6:18 AM
Wow the reunion was fantastic. The love in the room was so there. i was so happy to see everyone. I had a great time.  thank you all for coming. 
 I cant wait for the cruise.














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Patty on June 28, 2009 6:02 PM
Andy ~ I had a great time too!  It's great to have been with so many old friends, new friends and I can't wait to see everyone again.  Will post the pictures soon - just came home and need to relax a little.  

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pat fay on June 29, 2009 12:34 AM
Great pics Patty            You have truely  made me dwell in the past....... that was such a beautiful part of my life, looking at everyone  And how they look now
Every instance of a new beginning,  is based upon the past.......A certain light it seems. that takes us from love past to love future . A quiet rest upon one dream to another, when tears flow like rain..in a constant wish to be young again...........
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joe fay on June 29, 2009 9:53 AM
Wow , Nice pics on the site , they really made me homesick . Hope people will come down to the Hyatt for the pre-cruise get together . Vicky and I will be in san diego 7/29-7/30 , go on cruise then 8/3,4,5th staying in chula vista  . Looking forward to seeing anyone that can make it  ! Email me Joefay@wispwest.net , Wish I could have been there sat nite .
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Steve Reay on June 30, 2009 10:20 PM
To Patty and all that put on the La Bella's reunion thanks for the photos. You all look good and everyone looked like they were having fun. Wished I could have been there to do my Joe Cocker kareoke version of Brown Eyed Girl! I hope we get some good photos of the cruise. Sure would like to be there.
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Patty on July 1, 2009 12:34 PM
Come down for the Bon Voyage Party~ ;-)
 
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Pat fay on July 3, 2009 2:42 AM
Joe               My Brother          I've often wondered who was the greatest rock guitarist of all time      We have listened to them all  joe           Was it  Stevie Ray, Jimi  Hendrix,  Eric Clapton,       Or Robin Trower           Who was your favorite my brother?     By The way     I'm listening to "Master of The Universe" Hawkwind              I Love you Joe
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joe fay on July 5, 2009 3:56 PM
   Niel young , Jimmy page , pete townsend to answer your query Patrick . Hey everyone thanks for all the pics from the reunion at La bellas last week . Its a real treat to see all my old friends and everyone looks fantastic , I better start working out before the cruise !
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Jim Sczepaniak on July 14, 2009 6:54 PM
You gotta check out Grant Street by Sonny Landreth.  He plays slide guitar and finger guitar at the same time and sings with it.
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Patty on July 15, 2009 10:34 AM
Hey Jim ~  looking forward to seeing you in a couple of weeks! 
is that a web or an album - what does he play
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Jim Sczepaniak on July 21, 2009 9:56 PM
The name of the album is "Grant Street"  It is a live album that was recorded at a venue of the same name.  He plays electric guitar.  He puts a narrow glass tube on a finger on this left hand and slides the glass over the strings to give it a steel guitar sound.  At the same time he uses the other fingers on his left hand to play lead guitar.  He is really amazing and as far as I know the only performer to do this.

Looking forward to seeing as many 69ers as possible at the Hyatt.  I will be getting there around 6:30 pm to get a head start. 
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Sally Alvarado on July 4, 2009 9:35 PM
Wow looking at the pictures from the reunion at La Bella's was great. You all looked fantastic and it looks like everyone really enjoyed the evening. I wish I would of been there. Bought back some old memories with friends that I haven't seen or thought of since school. Glad to have seen the Lucero brothers they look great. Tell David he never ages he looks the same. Great job on all the photos. Thank you for the great memories.
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Dana Mangan on July 6, 2009 3:13 AM
Patty, give Dave a big hug from us.  He takes great pictures!  Love the picture of you and Jess.  Everyone looks so great and happy!  Loved seeing Jimmy P., just wish I could have partied with all of you.  The tradewinds are good here, the water is warm, and I have a new sail that I love.  Life is good! 
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Patty on July 8, 2009 1:52 AM
Love the tradewinds!  It was great seeing and laughing with everyone.  It was like time stood stilll - well almost!   Are you and Bill still coming down in the fall?

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Dana Whitaker on July 8, 2009 2:32 AM

I finally saw the rest of the reunion photos!  Whoa, what a party!  What a great group, I only wish there was video and sound attached so we could hear the crooners:)
I really hope we can make it down there soon, will let you know.  It's so cool to see pics of so many old friends and how great they look.  I wanna be 17 again!  Well, maybe 25, or 40, or 45!
Love you, Dana

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Patty on July 15, 2009 10:38 AM
Summer fun - what's happening?
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pat fay on July 15, 2009 9:34 PM
Patty ,  not a fun Summer For Me      Economy sucks!!!  Nobody is spending any moolah on their Anmimals right now as they can barely afford to feed themselves.  Sacramento  has been one of the hardest hit cities in the nation during this current economic crisis. We've actually had to extend our hours at the hospital and cut down on staff.....  So, actually I'm working more hours and making less money   What a Bummer!!!!!!  :(

What's it like in San Diego?
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Pat on July 17, 2009 11:08 PM

Pat, everyplace has been hit hard.... not sure about San Diego but OC has felt the crunch too. 

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Patty on July 20, 2009 10:57 PM
check this out -- go to each picture for a full accounting of 1969~!
Thanks Merrilee!

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joe fay on July 21, 2009 12:38 AM
  Hey Patty ! Thats a pretty cool web site , man do i feel old , not really ! I am getting so excited about the cruise and the bon voyage party at the Hyatt where Andy got us a awesome deal on the room as well as the cruise . Thanks Andy you have no idea how much this means to us mountain folk,"hcks", from montana. My wife is so excited as well and  we are ready to let the good times roll . Excitment where we live is when the bears ,deer,mountain lion and moose are in your garden at 3am .Or when someone gets a new truck or a new set of tires from his wife for his birthday . I hope anyone that can will come to the bon voyage . Otherwise I will be in C.V. at my brothers after the cruise and would like to see my friends .Patrick said he might show up at the Hyatt and that would be like christmas ! Thankyou to all my friends that helped put together the reunion and website and with getting everyone to email each other and talk . Lets keep it going on !
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patty on July 22, 2009 2:21 AM
looking forward to seeing you again and meeting the woman who put up with you for so long!!! ha ha!  just kidding ~  Would be nice if Pat showed up!

Safe travels ~
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andrew estrada on July 26, 2009 3:49 PM
Hey Joe I love the way you speak from your heart. I cant wait to see you. I love you bro. Andy
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Tony Castro on July 27, 2009 9:11 AM
Hey Joe...I still get excited when i get a new set of tires. For the
first week or so I'll go outside in the morning to check out the new "treads". I must have entirely too much time on my hands.    : )   
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joe fay on July 28, 2009 12:22 AM
Tony , Im not kidding about the tires and I get to put studded snow tires on in the winter  , its like getting the new cabelas catelouge , a box of flies and new fly rod , and most of all a new truck . Or as they call a truck up here  ," Rig "or "outfit" . I love cruisen down a dirt road with my beagle penny on our way to the secret fishn hole ! Hope you can come down to the " Bon Voy " On thurs .   joe
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Tony Castro on July 28, 2009 9:19 AM
Joe:  Do they still use studded tires?  I had heard they were outlawed or obsolete or something...Do the studs attached like football shoe cleats or are they molded in... 
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joe fay on July 28, 2009 6:20 PM
Tony , In Montana you can run studded tires from nov. to may and its legal . The studs are put on at the tire shop and are usually put into tires that have been specially designed to accomodate studs  . So far its the safest tire tire to put on in the winter besides chains , especially when you are driving on snow packed roads . Also the rubber on the snow tire is much softer and grippy than regular tires .Living in montana is alot like living in the 1950s like a norman rockwell painting , very old fashion and behind the rest of the country in terms of develoment . The back country and mountain  roads I drive on in my "Rig" with my beagles hangin out the window you  rarely even see another person , its awesome . Also everyone waves to each other , freindly .    joe
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Patty on August 3, 2009 10:51 PM
how was the cruise?  ... what happens on the cruise ship stays on the cruise ship?  I didn't hear of any "man overboards!"
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pat fay on August 4, 2009 8:18 PM
Patty. everyone must have gotten so hammered ,they had no recollection of what happened   LOL   ;)

Who was in cahrge of the pic taking do you jnow?
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joe fay on August 5, 2009 9:06 PM
 The cruise starting with staying at the Hyatt was the best vacation that my wife and I have ever been on !!! there is not enough room in this little box to tell you all everything that happened but it was off the hook !! Andy has about 400 pics and everyone including myself are just now getting home so the pics will be forthcomming , we all just need to get back home just like vicky and I did 1 hour ago and recover from all the fun and laughing we did . Then Karen and Linda called me and we got together and they look just like they did at cp and we did some catch up at the s.b.grill . I was very touched by seeing them , then we saw Andre Ditimus,andy estradas girlfriend  and jimmy proulx and danny brewer and andre s family and we laughed all nite and andre made an awesome bbq . I realized that the friends I had from cph were and are the best friends I have ever had and we have to keep it goin on . I love you all !!!  joe
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Pat fay fay on August 6, 2009 2:48 AM

Joe........The Pics we're great       Sadly, we had some patients in the hospital that needed 24 hr attention.. Joe   we had a 17 year old cat come in dragging it's rear legs had to operate on her               She walked out of the clinic on all fours today  I cried  I saw  the pics today               I Love  You Joe           Just Know I wanted to be there          But my Love for animals detains me from many things..........

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joe fay on August 6, 2009 12:55 PM
I just posted some more pics on this site but it dosent do justice to all the things we did . We did everything including cha cha lessons hairy man contest, nite clubbing , kareoke,saw lots of live shows together,waterslide,pool,onboard miniture,golf,dressed to the nines , late nite ship exploring ,eating 24-7,lots of one on one talking ,hot tubbing at nite ,pizza,fries and burgers at 2am . We always ate dinner together and were entertained by magicians and our fellow clssmates at our table ,shopping and partying in ensenada and we were all laughing all the time. It was awesome and our group was fun together . Yes there were some how can I say some baudy moments . Most all of us had cabins next to each other and that was like being back in school . We talked about doing it again !Those that didnt get to go really missed out , thanks Andy and edna for all here extra effort . Also some things that happened on the cruise stays on the cruise !!?  
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John Lorson on August 7, 2009 10:16 PM

WOW what a cruise.  I didn’t know all the talent that is in our group.   Karen and I had the trip of a life time and enjoy everyone’s companionship.  From the Hyatt party prior to the cruise, to the long days and nights, some us are OLD, everything was a laugh a minute.  My experience with the CHA CHA was one to see.  Sorry Kathy McMillan, I mess up your CHA CHA LESSON.  The fact our group broke a record on a bar tab at “Anthony’s” before noon, that was using with my frequent user discount, on Sunday says a lot.  For those who don’t know Anthony’s is a well known brothel, but that’s another story.  For those who couldn't be there we are planning another event so more of us can enjoy the opportunity of being with OLD friends.   John and Karen Lorson

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Pat fay fay on August 11, 2009 2:21 AM
<strong><span style="color: #0000ff">Joe&nbsp;&nbsp;When I think of you&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I think of us in unison&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; When you was the Cheerleader and I was the president of the acting club&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; We had nothing in common&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; If I were to have asked you to go fishing with me at that time&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; you would have laughed at me You were so much in Love with Diane Hampton&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I could not talk to you about anything else<br /> JoeWe were on such different wavelengths then&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbspI was into Sergio MendesYou were into&nbsp; Buffalo Springfield&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbspI Was Into Fishingfor Bass at Otay Lake& You would rather Surf IB With David Wlson<br />LapOn That small house; in Newport I Love you
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Steve Reay on August 11, 2009 11:21 PM
Hey Cruzers
From the photos it is evident everyone enjoyed themselves and I hope you all remember at least half of what a great time you had. You all look good and happy. Judging from the belly photos I think I could have taken the hairy man contest. Hopefully there will be other events to make.
Take Care All.
Steve 
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andrew estrada on August 14, 2009 1:20 PM
am I seeing things or is this blog shifting to the right?
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Patty on August 14, 2009 4:50 PM
shift to the right
shift to the left
stand up
sit down
fight fight fight

maybe it's a conservative blog ;-)

I will try to fix
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andrew estrada on August 15, 2009 3:12 AM

What a great time had by all on the good ship Elation.
I want to thank Jim Sczepaniak,John Lorson. Joe Fay, Jack Wride, Jerry Williams, Jackie Chaviria, DeAnna Kennedy,Edna Caldwell,Kathy Mc Millan, Diane Sargert, and wives,friends,cousins and sisters who all were there.
From the bon voyage party at the Hyatt, to the 3day cruise it couldnt have been any better. Every one was smiling and laughing and having such a great time. It was so nice to get to meet new and re-new old friendships. The dinnig was elegant everyone dressing up and what a handsome group we were. The daily activities and the day in Ensanada was awsome. The nites were fantastic. Live entertainment, Las Vegas style shows,24hour dinning man it was beautiful. Especially to share it with your classmates. Priceless.
Im plannig another cruise for next June 2010. As a group we were thinking a 4 day cruise that goes to Catilina Island and then to Ensanada. Or an Alaskan Cruise for 7 to 9 days. Let me know what you think. We have a year to collect ourselves and make this an even greater time than before, It can only get better.
My email is estradaam@cox.net. I want feed back!
You dont want to miss out, trust me. I will be posting pictures with captions asap. I will be posting the cruise details in about a week so any comments let me know now. I will get the best deal possible for us all. Take care Andy [ Hairy Man ]

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Bonnie Dubiniak on August 16, 2009 11:29 PM
Andy,  I enjoyed the pictures and blog. It sounds like you all had a great time. Next year could work for me. I like the 4 day cruise idea. Catalina is beautiful. Post more pictures...Bonnie
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andrew estrada on August 17, 2009 5:27 AM

Bonnie I will be posting the 4day cruise that includes Catalina. It departs from San Diego. 2010. What month? July, August? andy

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joe fay on August 17, 2009 9:36 PM
    Hey Andy Estrada and Andre Ditimus are comming to montana to go backpacking in the beartooth wilderness in mid sept . I hope they like grizzily bears . Anyway classmates please come and see me , Hey Obama was here the other day . 
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andrew estrada on August 20, 2009 11:09 PM
I am going to invite the class of 1968 and the class of 1970 to join us on the cruise.
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Patty on August 24, 2009 1:37 AM
great idea Andy ~
How about those Chula Vista little leaguers!  14-0 - very cool. 
The Padres could use their help.
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Steve Reay on August 26, 2009 11:02 PM
Way to go Chula Little Leaguers from a really old ex-player. Does the Pony League still play by the Lawrence Dairy or is that ancient history or more to the point housing developments and concrete. Speaking of that what ever happened to Joe Lawrence?
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Steve Reay on August 26, 2009 11:14 PM

Andy-great idea on the 68 to 70 cruise. I know my sister Sharon would be interested also. The trip up the Inland Passage is beautiful. My pop used to take that cruise and his pictures are great. I salmon fish the Straight of Juan de Fuca every year and that is at the southern end of the goodness. The only problem is the weather is unpredictable, anyhwere from overcast to rain to sunny to cold to cool. But there are Orcas, Osprey, Bald Eagles, waterfalls, pristine shoreline, it can be a truly mystical sight (really not a flashback). Anyhoo keep me posted.

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Tony Castro on August 27, 2009 2:56 PM
Steve:  Back in Junior High I was a "Host' for new students. I had show new guys around the campus to get them acquainted with the set up.  I seem to remember being your "Host", do you remember any of that?  Just curious.


 
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Pat Fay on August 19, 2009 9:19 PM
Andy       I would be interested in The Catalina Cruise in 2010  Keep me posted   
Pat
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Patty on August 20, 2009 6:31 PM
Great photos Andy!  Thanks for sharing!
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Tony Castro on August 21, 2009 12:11 PM
Great second album Andy...I was surprised to see Jerry Williams went on the cruise. I recall the days when I used to hitch rides to the games in Jerry's old Toyota Corona and later at Southwestern in that old (I mean really old Buick).  We spent a lot of time along with Jack Wride contemplating our future from the Southwestern Library balcony as life went by down below. Actually, I didn't have too much time to comtemplate, I got drafted shotrly therafter. I spent two years manning the ramparts at Ft. Ord, Calif. and  can confidently report that during my two years, no Viet Cong ever made it past Salinas California. In recollecting, I ran across several CP guys in the Army, Mike Gidney, Steve West, Ray Sablan, Tony Contreras and I believe Hector Hurtado (not 100% about Hector)
Been a long time!!




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Dana Whitaker Mangan on September 7, 2009 10:06 PM
Andy,
    Just looked at the cruise pictures you posted.  Looks like everyone was having a blast.  I loved the picture of you with the girls, way 2 go!  Wish I could get some of you to go to Maui next summer.  It's SO MUCH FUN!  I'll post a few pics maybe to spark some interest.  Have a great trip with Andre and Joe.  Wish I was retired so I could trek too.
Aloha and hugs, Dana
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Andre Ditimus on October 12, 2009 5:16 PM
Joe &amp;amp; I got back from the trail of hell, I've been backpacking for 40yrs &amp;amp; have never experianced climbing for 5mi to a elevation of 10,000ft it was worth it Joe took us to a incredable lake with a backdrop of the Tetons, of course penny ( Joe's beagle ) kept us entertained while fly fishing she would jump up to get our catch, Joe had to sleep with penny &amp;amp; got kicked out of &amp;quot;my tent to accomated for her &amp;amp; Joe &amp;quot; swell &amp;quot; we got off the mountain &amp;amp; along the trail we met 2 women from Norway,that made us feel better
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Andre Ditimus on October 13, 2009 2:34 PM
    Joe & I got back from the trail of hell,we walked straight up for 5 miles to a elevation of 10,000 ft we arrived at our destination pyramid lake with a great backdrop of the Teton mountains. penny Joes beagle kept us entertained while fly fishing she would jump to try & get our catch, it was getting late so we decided to go to sleep in my tent,well penny needed to sleep next to Joe & I was kicked out of my tent to accomadate penny & Joe. we decided to come off the mountain along the trail we met 2 women from Norway that made us feel better 
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joe fay on October 13, 2009 8:33 PM
 Well What can I say , our trip was intresting to say the least . We started by backpacking for many hours to a lake that has two names , castle lake ,aka castle park high , and also knox lake . I can understand the castle lake conotation as its surrounded by these rock formations that look like some kind of lord of the rings kind of trip if ya know what I mean . Okay I was pacikn a 38 but my new wish is for a 44 smith & wesson . Why ? Well my friends my 38 would have to be next to the griz head to have any effect so , and yes we had bear spray but if im going into a designated wilderness you need a friend ,aka 44 smith and weston . It was a brutally difficult assent to the lake . we took alot of breaks on the . Andre and Ande did good but the elevation and lack of air was slowin them down big time . I guess Ive been here a long time as it didnt effect me at all , or was I just to exciteted to have two old friends on the trail with me . We caught a fish on every cast and penny , my beagle , was more than happy to assits you . It was fun but I decided to drop back down to 7000 ft so my friends could breath . Thats when we went into Yellowstone nat. park and Grand Teyon natl pk . We were roughing it as only men can do , HA HA :) , and we traversed the continental divide , colter bay , grandtetons ,jackson hole,mamoth., lewis lake , tower falls , norris geyser basin , old faithfull , and everything in between for a rare glimpse at what is in the area that I have lived in for many years now  It was awesome !
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joe fay on October 13, 2009 9:03 PM
Okay , Ive been pressured into tellin ya that where I took my friends a man was mauled by a grizz the day after we left the area we backpacked into ,just outside the park,the beartooth wilderness. Thats why I want  a 44 for my bday which is this month , HA HA . Anyway Andre and andy were  troopers and we saw some places that no one in their life time will ever see. Just be ready to sleep in the dirt , eat as a real trojan would . and leave the city behind when you come here , I did many years ago . On our way out we were goin down the trail and I was yellin at penny to stay close . We were at a bend in the traill that was blind . I heard something of in the distance , I put my hand on my 38 and cocked it and thought , oh shit ! I didnt say anything as I was the point man and when I went around the bend before me lay a freash steamming pile of bear scat .  We were being watched .
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patty on October 14, 2009 2:59 PM
crappola!  Where's the beef?  I mean the pictures?
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joe fay on October 16, 2009 6:42 PM
   Wheres the pictures ? Andy and Andre both took alot of pics . Andy is a real good photograper and he has some cool pics . Andre also took some good pics but I havent seen Andys . Oh yeah we saw the northern lights one nite , scared the hell out of me . Then there was that nite something was poking me and sniffing my  head from the outside of the tent I was sleepin in !! Im glad penny my beagle was there to protect us all , one little beagle gaurding three grown men , go figure . I laughed for 10 days during the trek .
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Steve Reay on October 16, 2009 9:50 PM
Sounds like the three of you had a great time on the HIKE FROM HELL. Grizzly, an uphill hike, oxygen deprived, plenty o' fish to eat, a dog to keep you entertained and pissin' outdoors. I need more stories.
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joe fay on October 17, 2009 11:32 PM
  Yes we manly men have the advantage when it comes to outdoor peepee . Anyway yes it was very , how can I say F---in awesome . Okay Steve heres one for the books . We  are commin out of the back country , high alpine 9000 feet . We come to the fork to go back to my truck or go further into the BEARTOOTH  WILDERNESS , I really wanted to go to Charley White Lake but it wasnt in the cards on this trip . Okay I have to stop here and say , Steve I think the Nez Pierce trail to Marys Lake would be good for you I and Andre and Gene and his wife and my brother . Okay getting back to the fork in the trail , I heard some voices and we were taking a break . So im lookin down the trail and I think this cant be real . Anyway these two young blond girls,playboy material on an exchange program from norway wih the forest service  with polaskis were commin our way , stopping and digging on the way . I said HOWDY and before I knew it the were posing for pics with Andre and Andy . Being the shy one in the group I was somewhat reluctant to have my pic taken . Anyway It was pretty cool . All of the people we passed on the trail were  heavely armed, AKA GRIZ, aka 38 and joes bday wish of a 44 or 357 , we talked about the trail and what was on it . I think I have found away to get alot of gear into the b-country without it being on my back after talkin to a outfitter. BECHLER RIVER GOOGLE THE SW PART OF YELLOWSTONE NA,  PARK 2010
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joe fay on October 17, 2009 11:56 PM
 One of my favorite places is " THE DRAGONS MOUTH GEYSER " , in  "HAYDEN VALLEY " it makes me feel like im at home with my mom . This is where DISNEY got alot of his ideas . I worked as a visiting artist , "interpretive ranger " in the park when I first moved here for several years until the polititians changed from liberal to conservative though I personally feel they were all nice people , all I care about is keeping things wild .
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Andre Ditimus on October 28, 2009 8:14 PM
        Joe Fay's birthday came & did'nt receive the 44 magnum he wanted but while walking in the forest on his b/day he found elk antlers......
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Tony C on November 4, 2009 6:37 PM
Sounds like Joe is a man of very high calibre
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Tony Castro on October 21, 2009 9:56 AM
Does anyone remember the home game against Katella (I think) where Tommy Trojan on the horse ran over the cheerleader? They had to cart her off in an ambulance. That was the end of the  horse after that, but someone told me thay brought the horse back this year. Not the same horse I trust !!  Of course, if it is the same horse it wouldn't being moving too fast if it hit anyone.. 
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Helga Rindone on October 25, 2009 2:26 PM
Hey Tony,

Yes, CPH does have a horse again, complete with a Tommy Trojan riding him.  He comes charging down the sidelines and gets the crowd going.  And all the cheerleaders move out of the way.  He also has two handlers with him most of the time.  Come to Homecoming October 30......he will probably be there.
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tony on October 26, 2009 2:20 PM

So the "Pferd" is back...hope the cheerleaders are quicker than the horse...  :-)
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tony on October 28, 2009 6:50 PM
Guys...If you want to see something neat, go to Youtube and type in the search box..."USC Trojan band at the Roman Coliseum"
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Andre Ditimus on November 16, 2009 10:54 AM
&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp; Donna &amp;amp; I will be traveling to Guatemala to see the mayan temple of the Jaguar at Tikal also Xuntanuch temple in Belize&amp;nbsp;our trip will also include snorkeling on the caribean at the 2nd largest coral reef of the world in Belize,60 miles on shore&amp;nbsp;to visit national geographic research island &amp;amp; back to our cabana
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Patty on November 22, 2009 5:55 AM
Andre ~ so interesting ~ enjoy the adventure! 
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Bloggy on March 4, 2010 6:05 PM
Hey guys --  -- what's happening?
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Brenda Hawkins on June 5, 2010 11:06 PM
Steven Reay how are you?  It's your best pudding Bud, Brenda!
I hope to be up in the Rockies with your dear sister Sharon soon.
Come for a visit. 
You two should do the reunion. Old friends~good for the soul.
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Kathy Tonelli (So) on June 6, 2010 8:02 PM
Helga, you mentioned last year that you had connected with Darrell Ward. I'd like to get in touch with him. Do you have his email address? Or could you forward my email address (kathleen.d.so@gmail.com) to him so he can get in touch with me? It'd be great to chat with him again.
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Helga Rindone on June 27, 2010 12:02 AM
Hi Kathy,
Sorry I am so late getting back to you........just now looked at our page.  I actually don't have Darrel's e-mail address but I have been in contact with him on Facebook.  Not sure exactly how that works, but I will send you a friend request and you will see him on my friend list.
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Patricia McClelland on July 1, 2010 12:21 AM
<span style="font-family: Tahoma"><span style="font-size: small"><span style="font-size: x-small">anyone remember me, I was in the class of 1970. School was scarey for me and I was quite the wallflower. I refuse to go to any reunions after the 1980 one. It is too much. To anyone I hung out with or wanted to be friends with, I can handle anyone now. Life is good for me after 2 kids and 5 grandkids. I live in beautiful Michigan, and fondly remember Chula Vista how it used to be. My favorite faculty member was Mrs. Qualls, Drama. The Circle&quot; remember that??&nbsp; I never did get my grade for reciting &quot;Man is a Mad Animal&quot; I would have gotten an A. If she is still around, I want to challenge her, recite my peice, and GET an A+!!!</span>&nbsp;</span></span>
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mike on August 12, 2010 12:31 AM
any luck with the gary bunny search ? ii hung wiht him for years up till hs..then went our own ways. i lived around the corner from him and went to marian high...

let me know how the search goes..no luck here.

mike
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Tony Castro on October 27, 2010 9:14 AM
Does anyone know what ever happened to Richard Campbell? "The Silver Flash"  Last time I saw him was at the 20th reunion. As it turned out I had been quite sick at that time and the Monday after the Saturday reunion I wound up at Scripps on "H" street with a case of spinal meningitis. The morning after I was admitted who walks in to my hospital room? Richard Campbell. He was a volunteer there bringing around magazines for the patients. I recall we talked for over an hour about old times. I was surprised to find out he was really into old movies and was a storehouse of movie knowledge. 
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Patty Gilhuber on November 20, 2010 7:20 PM
That is really interesting.  Fun story!
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Andrew estrada on December 8, 2010 11:55 PM
Billy Ds comming to town P arty my pad. RSVP
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