Monthly Archives: August 2009

John Vonderlin "Bide-a-wee-ed" in Pesky-by-the-Sea

Story by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) Hi June, It wasn’t my regular time off from my caregiving commitment, but with a little horsetrading I was able to use a few hours to zip out to the Native Sons Hall … Continue reading

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Willowside Farms: When you look out this old barn window

you will see the most spectacular views of the  150-year-old, 90-acre farm, plus next door you can see Jacobs Farm, an organic culinary herb farm (www.jacobsfarm.com). You can book your wedding in this old long barn, stay overnight in the … Continue reading

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John Vonderlin: Dontflotz and Belly Buttons

Story by John Vonderlin Email John: benloudman@sbcglobal.net Here’s the story of a couple of  unusual, but related types, of Non-buoyant Marine Debris that I collect. The first collection is as aptly named as the objects that comprise it were in … Continue reading

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Shannon Crusse: The Steele's Family Mansion in Ohio…

Story by Shannon Crusse Email Shannon: shannoncrusse@live.com Hello, I happened upon your website https://pescaderomemories.wordpress.com/category/steele-family/ and I was hoping it is the same Steele family that I have been trying to find information on.  I’m interested in possibly restoring “The Steele … Continue reading

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1897: F.B. Gardner: Bartender says to the boys: "What's a tin roof?"

It was 1897 and the “Klondike [gold] fever” was running strong at the Elk Horn Saloon on San Gregorio Street in Pescadero. This slice of social history was signed by F. B. Gardner. “Jehiel C. Coburn, Eddie Armas, Joseph and … Continue reading

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John Vonderlin Experiences Mood Altering Sights

Story by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) Hi June, This first picture of a wonderfully rugged stretch of our coast is looking towards Bean Hollow Beach. I just happened to stop here to document an easier path to Peacock Rock … Continue reading

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Jordan Schwab Remembers San Gregorio's Worm Farm

Story by Jordan Schwab Wow. I just inadvertently stumbled across your website and found the article on San Gregorio Farms. My name is Jordan Schwab (Son of Michael Schwab and Sandra Schwab) [Image below: Michael Schwab, Jordan’s dad, sings with … Continue reading

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