Take your mask off your face and your mind off the latest case count, and enjoy some photos of outdoor activities.
The latest Goleta History video series focuses on that little crack in the mountains we all pass through, the Gaviota Pass.
Tom shares a historical video about the prisoner of war camp that used to be located in western Goleta.
When the hills are great and the creeks are running, the ocean has to take the back seat.
Goleta History compiled a fascinating video on the background of Hollister Avenue and its namesake's Goleta roots.
Tom stumbled on a great collection of historic photos of a local fisherman that passed away.
A steam locomotive in a sugar shaker factory and vintage sports cars all under one roof, thanks to one creative family in the heart of Goleta.
January 2020 brought out the waves. Waves brought out the people. We brought out the camera. Lots of surf shots here.
Tom shares photos of surfing at dawn in Goleta.
Tom shares the highlights and lowlights of surf in Goleta for the end of 2019.
Tom shares photos of Goleta waves, or lack thereof, earlier this month.
Driving up the coast on the northbound 101, just before the massive Mariposa Reina oil facility, this old Spanish style building sits.
The iconic Goleta Train Depot reminds us of a simpler time when Goleta was just a small farm town.
Tom shares photos of summer fun at Red Rock's swimming holes.
Tom explores the history of Kate Bell's nearly 100-year-old cactus patch underneath the Sandpiper Golf Course a new video.
Tom skipped the waves during June Gloom and took a bike ride along the coastal trail from El Capitan to Refugio.
Tom shares photos from a recent visit to the Goleta backcountry following several rainstorms.
Tom Modugno of Goleta Surfing uses photography to display just how beautiful Goleta can be.
Tom Modugno expands on the lives of school children from the Goleta School in 1925.
Tom shares photos of rock climbers doing their thing on Gibraltar Road.