Monthly Archives: December 2005

Happy New Year

Photos by Suzanne Meek

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A New Years Surprise For Me & You, Too

I just love the Internet! You never know who you’re gonna hear from….old friends are the best, aren’t they? Friends you haven’t heard from or seen in years, decades…what does it matter how much time goes by…When you “touch base” … Continue reading

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Remembering The "Dance Party" Show

Burt and I were driving back from Napa today–it’s my birthday and we stayed overnight at a Rutherford hotel–when, while on Hwy 80 we passed a Facciola Meat Truck. The name Facciola was very familiar to me and it brought … Continue reading

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Good Morning Christmas Eve –Surfer Chicks At El Granada Beach

(click to enlarge photos) All photos feature Marie Narsciso (with straight hair) and Carrie Anne Kunkel (with curly hair). Thanks, surfer chicks!

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1996: Wishing You A Most Magical Holiday

Some posts back I wrote about the famous magician, Channing Pollock, who lived with his beautiful , artistic wife, Cori, in a spectacular home overlooking the Pacific in Moss Beach. Christmas, 1996 Cori and Channing sent me (and all their … Continue reading

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The Coastside's Mr. Smith: R. Guy, that is!

Yeah, yeah, I talk about R. Guy Smith a lot–but he took the most fantastic photographs of the Coastside — I don’t know what we would do without his creative eye. Here’s his house; it’s still standing in Moss Beach, … Continue reading

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Landmark Stands in El Granada

Look at this photo closely….the picture tells quite a story. It’s called the “Club House” in this shot by master Coastside photographer R. Guy Smith, but it originally served as a second Ocean Shore Railroad Station in El Granada. El … Continue reading

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The Sea, The Sea

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Wave Watching

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The Sea Sprays

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