Monthly Archives: March 2008

……….Pebble Beach with Hotel…………

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Hi John. Larry Fitterer here. I was FLOORED to read your

Hi John, journal entry at Pescadero Memories regarding your attempts to access Acid Beach.  I am very familiar with The Notch, Acid Beach, Trefiret Beach, and AMB’s beach having been to all four, and the latter three on many, many … Continue reading

Posted in Acid Beach, California Coastal Records Project, John Vonderlin, Larry Fitterer, The Notch, Trefiret Beach, Warm Water Lagoon

……Cave………………………….Coastside Cave………………………Coastside…………

Posted in Coastside Caves

….Another One Bites the Surf….Story by John Vonderlin….

Hi June, I was reading the presentation by “Save Our Shores,” entitled, “A Geologic Train Ride Down The San Mateo County Coast,” when I came upon an interesting photo. It’s of a very attractive Sea Arch just south of Martins … Continue reading

Posted in Coastside Arches, John Vonderlin

…Dear Mr. Vonderlin……

Mr. Vonderlin, I’ve enjoyed reading Half Moon Bay Memories and El Granada Observer as well as your Pescadero Memories, particularly references to the OSRR, which I became acquainted with in the late 1920s. My uncle took my brother and me … Continue reading

Posted in Angelo Misthos, John Vonderlin

The Coastside's Southern Entrance: Story & Photos by John Vonderlin

The Coastside’s Southern Entrance Story & Photos by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) Hi June, My guess is that the first European set foot in what is now San Mateo County on October 20th, 1769. They almost surely did so … Continue reading

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Coburn Mystery: Chapter 29 (Original Draft)

The Coburn Mystery By June Morrall (Photo: The famous Swanton House.) After church on Sunday afternoons, the Fourth of July–or, for no special reason–the Pescadero folk announced a picnic at Pebble Beach. Picking the pebbles became a pretense, sharing the … Continue reading

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