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Monthly Archives: December 2012
This is a photo of the kitchen staff at “Camp Bruning” in Felton Grove, 1936. Courtesy of MAH (Museum of Art and History) Capt. Ed’s Boyland/Felton Grove collection.
View from David’s front door at 490 River Rd. during flood Dec. 23, 2012 – note mailbox. Thanks for donating these photos, David! David donated this photo of his amphibious Ford. Flood 12-23-2012, Park Ave. Extension
Rachel Williams takes some of the BEST photos. The view is looking down River Rd. near corner of Sylvan Way. Thanks Rachel!
This 1932 invention would have come in handy in yesterdays flood in Felton Grove.
http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_14236134 Jan 21, 2010
Captain Ed lived with his wife in a house at the end of River Rd and ran Capt. Ed’s Boyland Camp. The boys swam in the San Lorenzo River and Zayante Creek. In the 1930′s, 40′s and 50′s they hung … Continue reading
I grew up in Ben Lomond, and now live in Boulder Creek. More importantly, I am the Service Hydrologist for the National Weather Service (office is in Monterey), and my job is to forecast river conditions in the Bay Area … Continue reading
This wonderful old t-shirt from the flood of 1982 was generously donated by Tom Andersen. I love it! Thanks so much, Tom
Circa 1952. Thanks for the old square dancing ad, Christian!
Felton Grove Resort Dance Pavilion, also called the Dance Hall circa 1940′s.
The Felton Woodpeckers played many games at the old ball field at Felton Grove. Felton Bible Church is where the ball field, park and tennis courts used to be.