Category Archives: Coastside geography

Wide Screen View of Half Moon Bay

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1981: Talking About The Power Of Devil's Slide & The Coastside

Patricia Erickson & Gene Fleet sitting in a Moss Beach garden. Two Coastsiders I loved interviewing for the 1981 “Mystery of Half Moon Bayâ€? documentary were Patricia Erickson and Gene Fleet–two new age, spiritual friends who shared the belief that … Continue reading

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1971: Ken LaJoie Collection: Coastside Cliffs

El Granada-Miramar

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1971: Ken LaJoie Collection: Coastside Cliffs

El Granada-Miramar

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1971: Ken LaJoie Collection: Coastside Cliffs

El Granada-Miramar

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1971: Ken LaJoie Collection: Coastside Cliffs

Mirada Rd., Miramar, looking north, with Miramar Beach Inn in the background (Forgive me, I can’t date the van, belonging to R.Guy Smith–obviously, the pix was taken much earlier than the one below) Mirada Rd, looking south 1971

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1971: Ken LaJoie Collection: Coastside Cliffs

Moss Beach, and that’s Pillar Point in the distance in the first photo.

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Highway 1 Era at Montara

The work begins. The last two photos focus on approximately the same area–notice that “Frank’s” Restaurant does not appear until later.

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Late for the Train?

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Coastside Caves

Coastside Caves: You can imagine that during the 1920s, the Prohibition Era, illegal whiskey was hidden or moved through this Moss Beach cave, where the lady in the first image is posing. Or, maybe this tunnel-like cave was a connection … Continue reading

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