Cool photo memories from November 2015.

Well, it’s Election Day, and the suspense is building, so I doubt many will be reading these words. But if you want a short break from the non-stop politics, you might enjoy checking out a few old blog posts from five years ago.

Probably the most fun thing I did back in November 2015 was watch the Mother Goose Parade in El Cajon. I also looked at an extremely interesting exhibit in the Central Library’s gallery concerning Charles Hatfield, the legendary rainmaker who “produced” more rain in San Diego than anyone bargained for in 1916.

Click the following links to enjoy a few old blog posts…

Mural in Cesar Chavez Park depicts local history.

Veteran’s Day celebrated in Balboa Park.

Photos of a nature walk in Tijuana River Estuary.

Fun photos of the Mother Goose Parade!

Art exhibit: water, drought, and San Diego’s rainmaker.

This blog now features thousands of photos around San Diego! Are you curious? There’s lots of cool stuff to check out!

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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