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﷯ James Sandefur “Been around all kinds of music most of my life. My parents were into big bands, my older sisters were into 50’s style music. The first time I heard Cream, The Who or Hendrix etc, I was hooked. Especially on rock drummers.” ﷯ Kelly Fruge I was conceived in Louisiana, and born in California. The youngest of seven children from a Irish/Cajun family. Music, and story telling has always been a huge part of my life along with good food, friends, and a lil of the bubbly. I first picked up the guitar at age 13 and began playing with family/friends many of whom I still jam with today. As like so many others we formed a HS rock band, and I have played the bar scene off and on for some time, and still just love the energy of people having a good time. While I take my music pretty seriously, I still like to have lots of fun and live by the adage my mother told me as a boy "If you can't laugh at yourself, Who the Hell can you laugh at?!" In other words go out have a good time, and don't take things too seriously in this life, you only get one go around. Enjoy! ﷯ Ed Linn Born and raised in Ohio. Been Playing guitar and bass off and on since age of 14. Lived in California Since 1995. Married to Anna for over a year. One son, Jackson. ﷯ Jim Goodell Born in Salt Lake City, grew up on a Missouri farm. Joined Navy in '73 age 18 and started playing bass guitar. Played on and off for 44 years. Lived in California since 1985, save for a short stay in Kansas.
Once you arrive in Kramer Junction you will find the most popular thing to do in Kramer Junction is to leave Kramer Junction. There is food and gas available at the junction. I've had some very good meals at the restaurant there. Kramer: named in 1882 by the Southern Pacific Railroad for Moritz Kramer, a native of Germany, who had settled in the area in 1879.* Kramer Cemetery: the cemetery at Kramer Junction. There are two legible markers here: Gallegos, August 6, 1922, and José Lopez, October 24, 1920.* Kramer Hills: a range 28 miles west of Barstow.* Kramer Hills: a mining camp 25 miles west of Barstow and 5 miles southeast of Kramer Junction. In early 1926 brothers Ed and John Herkelrath found pockets of gold about 4 miles south of Jimgrey and a camp and townsite were laid out, including a branch of the county library and a school. The ore turned out to be low-grade and water was scarce here, so by 1931 the boom was over and the site abandoned.* Kramer Hills Fault: a 16 mile long seismic fault that runs in the Kramer Junction and Boron areas.
﷯ James Sandefur “Been around all kinds of music most of my life. My parents were into big bands, my older sisters were into 50’s style music. The first time I heard Cream, The Who or Hendrix etc, I was hooked. Especially on rock drummers.” ﷯ Kelly Fruge I was conceived in Louisiana, and born in California. The youngest of seven children from a Irish/Cajun family. Music, and story telling has always been a huge part of my life along with good food, friends, and a lil of the bubbly. I first picked up the guitar at age 13 and began playing with family/friends many of whom I still jam with today. As like so many others we formed a HS rock band, and I have played the bar scene off and on for some time, and still just love the energy of people having a good time. While I take my music pretty seriously, I still like to have lots of fun and live by the adage my mother told me as a boy "If you can't laugh at yourself, Who the Hell can you laugh at?!" In other words go out have a good time, and don't take things too seriously in this life, you only get one go around. Enjoy! ﷯ Ed Linn Born and raised in Ohio. Been Playing guitar and bass off and on since age of 14. Lived in California Since 1995. Married to Anna for over a year. One son, Jackson. ﷯ Jim Goodell Born in Salt Lake City, grew up on a Missouri farm. Joined Navy in '73 age 18 and started playing bass guitar. Played on and off for 44 years. Lived in California since 1985, save for a short stay in Kansas.
Once you arrive in Kramer Junction you will find the most popular thing to do in Kramer Junction is to leave Kramer Junction. There is food and gas available at the junction. I've had some very good meals at the restaurant there. Kramer: named in 1882 by the Southern Pacific Railroad for Moritz Kramer, a native of Germany, who had settled in the area in 1879.* Kramer Cemetery: the cemetery at Kramer Junction. There are two legible markers here: Gallegos, August 6, 1922, and José Lopez, October 24, 1920.* Kramer Hills: a range 28 miles west of Barstow.* Kramer Hills: a mining camp 25 miles west of Barstow and 5 miles southeast of Kramer Junction. In early 1926 brothers Ed and John Herkelrath found pockets of gold about 4 miles south of Jimgrey and a camp and townsite were laid out, including a branch of the county library and a school. The ore turned out to be low-grade and water was scarce here, so by 1931 the boom was over and the site abandoned.* Kramer Hills Fault: a 16 mile long seismic fault that runs in the Kramer Junction and Boron areas.
﷯ James Sandefur “Been around all kinds of music most of my life. My parents were into big bands, my older sisters were into 50’s style music. The first time I heard Cream, The Who or Hendrix etc, I was hooked. Especially on rock drummers.” ﷯ Kelly Fruge I was conceived in Louisiana, and born in California. The youngest of seven children from a Irish/Cajun family. Music, and story telling has always been a huge part of my life along with good food, friends, and a lil of the bubbly. I first picked up the guitar at age 13 and began playing with family/friends many of whom I still jam with today. As like so many others we formed a HS rock band, and I have played the bar scene off and on for some time, and still just love the energy of people having a good time. While I take my music pretty seriously, I still like to have lots of fun and live by the adage my mother told me as a boy "If you can't laugh at yourself, Who the Hell can you laugh at?!" In other words go out have a good time, and don't take things too seriously in this life, you only get one go around. Enjoy! ﷯ Ed Linn Born and raised in Ohio. Been Playing guitar and bass off and on since age of 14. Lived in California Since 1995. Married to Anna for over a year. One son, Jackson. ﷯ Jim Goodell Born in Salt Lake City, grew up on a Missouri farm. Joined Navy in '73 age 18 and started playing bass guitar. Played on and off for 44 years. Lived in California since 1985, save for a short stay in Kansas.
Once you arrive in Kramer Junction you will find the most popular thing to do in Kramer Junction is to leave Kramer Junction. There is food and gas available at the junction. I've had some very good meals at the restaurant there. Kramer: named in 1882 by the Southern Pacific Railroad for Moritz Kramer, a native of Germany, who had settled in the area in 1879.* Kramer Cemetery: the cemetery at Kramer Junction. There are two legible markers here: Gallegos, August 6, 1922, and José Lopez, October 24, 1920.* Kramer Hills: a range 28 miles west of Barstow.* Kramer Hills: a mining camp 25 miles west of Barstow and 5 miles southeast of Kramer Junction. In early 1926 brothers Ed and John Herkelrath found pockets of gold about 4 miles south of Jimgrey and a camp and townsite were laid out, including a branch of the county library and a school. The ore turned out to be low-grade and water was scarce here, so by 1931 the boom was over and the site abandoned.* Kramer Hills Fault: a 16 mile long seismic fault that runs in the Kramer Junction and Boron areas.