Handmade wood and wire birdcage, brought by Delfina and Francisco Garcia
FOSTP president Mike Boulland and FOSTP member and ranch neighbor Mario
Blaum at the parks and FOSTP information table
Mario, Mike, Muwekma tribe members, tribal Chairwoman Rosemary Cambra,
and head of the park interpreters, Robin Schaut
Muwekma Ohlone Indians setting up their booth
Almaden park interpreter John Slenter looking at the Muwekma Ohlone
booth (picture by Chris Horii)
Parks staff member Brian Shively directing traffic in the parking lot.
Brian did a lot of volunteer work at the ranch before he went to work
for the County Parks.
Lynne Paulson of the Santa Teresa Foothills Neighborhood Association
setting up their animal tracks game booth.
Ed Jackson, John Klimaszewski from the STFNA, Mike, and Lynne at the
Sam Drake and Mike by the info table
Art Boudreault from NAQCPA and Mike
Delfina Garcia and her rancho artifacts
Robin, park planner Antoinette Romeo, Brian, park interpreter John
Dorrance, and 4H leader and FOSTP member Holly Davis
Park interpreter Lynda Will and the Junior Rangers at the welcome table
Mike and Sam talking to SJSU anthropology lecturer Alan Leventhal
Lynne, Art, Dot Wilson, Dorene Boulland, Shari Sullivan from NAQCPA,
and Rick Mandel from STFNA at the STFNA table. Rick collected most of
the animal track plaster casts in and around the Santa Teresa Hills.
Sam, Rick, and Lynne talking to 4H leader and FOSTP member Jenel Vincze
at the 4H table
Robin, park interpreters Chris Carson and Jan Shriner. Jan organized
Hikers coming down the Joice Trail, Robin greeting visitors.
Deputy parks director Jim O'Connor (right) watching Ruben Reyes
Lynda and the Junior Rangers, who are dressed as Spanish soldiers
Chris and cattle branding
Holly at the 4H seed table
4H chicken bingo
Chris and Shari and cattle roping
Art and Ed at the information table, posters and easel made by Ron
Horii (picture by Chris Horii)
Lynda and rancho bingo
Making clapper sticks.
Photographer Ron Horii (taken by Chris Horii)