Category Archives: South Coast Beaches

Coastside WWII: South Coast Tunnels

Bobbi Ballard Pimentel remembers: My Dad, Robert (Bob) Ballard was born in Pescadero along with 11 other brothers and sisters….he took me to the tunnels on several occasions and told me that they were used to store guns and ammunition … Continue reading

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The Wrack is Back….Story & Photos by John Vonderlin

The Wrack is Back Story & Photos by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) The wrack is back. Actually it’s been back since April 1st. After the April Fool’s trip to the tunnel that isn’t there, and the sea arch that … Continue reading

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….On South Coast Sea Arches…

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Keep Up with John Vonderlin's South Coast Adventures

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The Crimes of Half Moon Bay…..? By John Vonderlin

Hi June, “J‘Accuse!,” my friends in Half Moon Bay. Yes, I accuse your fair city and its residents and visitors of being responsible for the enormous amount of non-buoyant marine debris making the southward “Silent Procession” of which just a … Continue reading

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South Coast Beaches: Clusters & Thingies…

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The Story of the "Tags" Dr. Science found at Invisible Beach, South of HMB

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