Articles From : Lucky 777

  • Mule Trail Ride at the Vandenberg Space Force Base

    Tobe Mule and Pat had the opportunity to ride around the grounds of the Vandenberg Space Force Base.

  • Brown Ranch in Los Olivos with the SYVR

    Time for a visit to a slower pace of life up to Foxen Canyon in Los Olivos at the Brown Ranch where cows amble and coyotes howl between the more civilized neighboring acres of famous vineyards.

  • Mule Trail Ride: Huasna Endurance

    Pat details a ride on the 30,000-acre Huasna Land and Cattle Company private ranch out East of Arroyo Grande.

  • America's First Female Tattoo Artists Pictured in Santa Barbara

    In 1907 Maude Wagner, America's first female tattoo artist, was pictured in Santa Barbara.

  • Mountain Trails at Midland School with SYVR

    Tobe Mule and Pat ventured up and over to the Santa Ynez Valley, where a bright sunny day awaited to explore the trails on the 2,860-acre property of the Midland School.

  • West Mission Jacarandas Cut Down

    Pat shares photos of the colorful Jacaranda trees on West Mission Street in Santa Barbara that were cut down to stumps.

  • Legend of the Lost Calf

    A lost calf was stuck on the Live Oak Camp side of the fence that divides the public lands from the Rancho San Fernando Rey property.

  • Live Oak with the SYVR

    Pat and Tobe took a mule ride with the Santa Ynez Valley Riders at Live Oak.

  • Blue Skies Over Live Oak

    The first mule ride of 2022 included blue skies over Live Oak

  • 3Mules Passing Through Town

    3Mules is passing through town, one human and two animal companions living the old nomadic way of life.

  • Gas Prices are Stratospheric

    A reader captures a rare photo of stratospheric gas prices in town.

  • Ant Nostalgia

    Pat shares a story about a local art project involving ants from forty-three years ago.

  • Last Mule Ride of 2021

    The last mule ride of 2021 took place at La Purisima Mission on December 19th.

  • The Gaviota High Way

    Pat and Tobe take a ride looking out to the sea and one of the oil platforms, the high view from Gaviota State Park, at Las Cruces where the 101 and 1 split.

  • Where the Wild Things Go

    Seeing the wild Bucking Horses at Live Oak is always a special thrill.

  • Live Oak Life MeetUp

    Pat shares a lovely trail ride through Live Oak Camp at Lake Cachuma near Santa Ynez.

  • Pismo Oceano Mule Ride

    Pat and Tobe took a trip up north and rode along the Oceano Dunes of Pismo Beach.

  • Upside Down Trimming

    An edhat reader shares a funny misplaced sign. 

  • Gaviota Pass Mule Ride

    The mountains that form the Gaviota Pass, bringing Highway 1 out to the Central California coastline above Santa Barbara.

  • Mule Trail to Los Flores Ranch

    Pat and Tobe joined ten riders at Los Flores Ranch, eight miles south of Santa Maria in the Solomon Hills in Northern Santa Barbara County.

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