Located in Bakersfield, California, they are part of the ECHL. They are affiliated with the Iowa Chops of the AHL, and the Anaheim Ducks of the NHL.
GO BAKERSFIELD CONDORS!!!!
AREQUIPA is a beautiful town in Peru, South America, founded on Aug 15 1540, by Manuel Garci de Carbajal. The name comes from the quechua "Arequipai" which means "yes, stay here".
It is located at the base of the Cordillera Occidental of the Andes, right in front of Volcan Misti, Arequipa (2,350 m.o.s.l), Is a beautiful city with colonial houses built out of sillar (limestone).
It is called the White City, because all the buildings are white due to the material used, the limestone.
Arequipa has a lot of good things to offer. It is a magical city and you can also visit the villages around it and even venture to the deepest canyon of the world, The Colca Canyon where you can see they Condors fly. There is an even deeper canyon, the Cotahuasy Canyon but it is further in and more dangerous to get too, that is why it hasn't been officially recorded as the deepest canyon yet.
Arequipa is waiting for you!
I felt a shadow over me, everything went dark for a second. I looked up and there it was, a Condor flying over me at the Colca Canyon. It was so sudden I couldn't take a picture. I took pictures of my whole trip to Arequipa but not of that Condor, the most magnificent experience I've had, which I will cherish for ever in my memories.
Grundle was the name of a member of the Condors MC, from Armidale NSW Australia, said to have got a part as an extra in the iconic australian biker film "Stone".
Didja see Grundle and Charlie Choo Choo at Impies last Fridee. Fucken pissed to the eyeballs. Hope no cunt run inter them on the way home.
a large necked animal that lives primarily in africa. It preys on eagles, hawks, parrots, and other birds. A common misconception is that giraffes use their long necks to eat leaves. However they actually use them to scope out birds nests in the tops of trees. Their horns are used for stabbing hawks out of the air (they are often worn down to stumps from killing hundreds of hawks/eagles.) They are responsible for the endangerment of many birds (most notably bald eagles and the california condors).`
Tourist: There are a lot of eagles in this area.
Park Ranger: Yep, the giraffes have migrated for the season.
Cowflies are large insects that live in north Georgia. They fly very fast and make loud noises. Condors love them.
Chris: What the hell was that noise?
Nick: It's a damn cowfly!
Condors that are secretly against you and your car and attacks with plot and poop strategies. Damages range from small brown/white poop marks to large green disgusting ones. Ultimately leading to you taking your vehicle to a car wash.
Bob: So what your doing this weekend mike?
Mike: F***ing cleaning my car, look at all that BIRD SHIT! F***ing pigeons.
90 or so miles of coastline in central California defined by Highway 1. Here idiot tourists drive too slow and hang out of cars with their cameras because they are too lazy to stop or pull over so others can get by. These same dumb tourists will ask the same exact question to anyone they encounter who resembles a local. Locals hate tourists, but understand that their money is necessary for the communities survival.
Big Sur has no "town" and is inhabited by an unhealthy mix of zinged out hippies, alcoholics, tweekers, bridge people, pot growers, illegal Mexicans, a token black guy, and locals who think they are priveleged and entitled although they can't make it in the "real world."
And if you are looking for the real Big Sur, you want to find it right next to the Poison Oak growery above which baby condors circle for prey.
Experiencing Big Sur is ideal when the fair-weather tourist crowd stays home for the winter.
The best surfbreak in Big Sur is called Fullers, and is found just north of Grimes Point, south of the Henry Miller Library, and the trail down is across from a large parking area that usually has dirt and construction material in it.