This piece of land is of historical significance because of what took place here in 1961. John was visiting Marilyn in Hollywood and got really hungry. So, he decided they would drive to Woolgrower's in Bakersfield, California for some chow. Now, John knew that Bobby and Martin were in the Kern County area visiting Cesar, so, he invited them to join he and Marilyn. After dinner, everyone was feeling frisky and decided they wanted to play a little touch football. That's how this field came into play.
The presence of so many Democrats in a Republican county freaked out the local Republicans, so, they quickly put together a team and met the Democrats in the field. Well, after a while, things got a little sweaty and folks started peeling off shirts. The game stopped when Marilyn pulled her shirt off. At that point, the Democrats and Republicans realized there was one thing they could agree on.
(the above account is completely false)
Round Mountain Road, Kern County, California 2012
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