By: Frank Tedrow II
About the Book
This is a story about much more than a place. It’s a story about a group of friends who found the perfect place to party. It’s about an iconic time from 1977 to 1982 when a group of friends became a family.
Garcia Bend was a small patch of land located between the Sacramento River on one side and Pocket Road on the other, surrounded by farmland. But for the Party Animals, the original founders of Bums Beach, it was a hideout, a clubhouse, a paradise.
But all good parties come to an end. In this volume, Frank Tedrow II revisits the final weekend of the Garcia Bend party, two days of drugs, friends, mayhem, and brotherly love. The last perfect time, when this crew of close friends were still a family. That is what this book is about. Garcia Bend the people, not Garcia Bend the place.
About the Author
Frank Tedrow is a native of Sacramento and has lived in Northern California his entire life. He was educated, played sports, got married, had children and raised a family in the Sacramento area. He spent several years coaching youth sports, including Little League baseball and youth basketball with his sons. He currently works as a Restaurant General Manager and enjoys helping with dog rescue organizations.
Frank spends his off time with his family and enjoys going to the beach and writing his stories. He is in the process of working on four book projects.
(2019, Paperback, 178 pages)