Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Old Wood Stove by Carlos Najera

When the weather was fair my mama cooked outside. There was an old wood stove in there. It may seem primitive by our modern standards, but that stove could cook anything. It could fry and it could bake. My mama … Continue reading

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The Old Ones by Joseph E. Najera

    This is a picture of the Old Ones in my family. There’s more of them, but these were the ones that were present on this special day. This picture was taken on a week day. I know that … Continue reading

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Promenade by Carlos Najera

At first, Oxnard had very few automobiles. You already read about Luis Brenneis and the first one in town. (The Last Ride of Luis Brenneis).  The cars at that time had radiators that were made of tin and they were … Continue reading

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No Reservations by Carlos Najera

    When the weather warms up in the spring and the sun seems to take forever to drop below the horizon, John would get into a happy mood and want to go visit his relatives. I said before that … Continue reading

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