Monthly Archives: September 2007

1945: Army Hears Evidence For Breakwater (4)

from the “Half Moon Bay Review,” 1945 “Nat Johnson presented similar data on behalf of the market fisherman, and said that 150 salmon trawlers now using the port of Princeton would be increased to 300 if the breakwater is built. … Continue reading

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1945: Army Hears Evidence For Breakwater (3)

From the “Half Moon Bay Review,” 1945 “The annual catch of sardines and market fish in the grounds off this area was computed at 621,800,000 pounds with a value of $4, 590,000 given to the sardine catch alone. “The meeting … Continue reading

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Who Are These Two Blonds?

In the parking lot near Mavericks. Steve and Andrew, going out to catch some good waves to the north of Pillar Point.

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Fresh Ocean Lettuce

You can choose from fresh greens on the harbor side–or, if you walk around Pillar Point to Mavericks, it looks like a seashore garden of unfurled purple cabbage.

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New Coastsider Dave works at the Half Moon Bay Kayak Co.

located at Pillar Point Harbor. Dave is originally from New York and he loves the Coastside. On my walks through the harbor I sometimes run into the owner’s dog, Ruby, a perky,  little Boston Terrier, that has won over my … Continue reading

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Setting up for "Rock the Block" Concert

< “Rock the Block” concert Friday, Sept. 21, 2007 at Pillar Point Harbor. 4 p.m.

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1945: Army Hears Evidence For Coast Breakwater (2)

From the “Half Moon Bay Review,” 1945 “District Engineer K.M. Moore presided at the official hearing which continued through the day and will study and submit for federal review the submitted statements, charts, construction plans, and supporting recommendations, together with … Continue reading

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1943: Pre-Pillar Point Harbor Aerial

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1945: Army Hears Evidence For Coast Breakwater

From the “Half Moon Bay Review,” 1945 “Presenting a powerful array of factual evidence substantiated by expert testimony and backed by the endorsements of recommendations of literally scores of commercial, industrial, labor, sportsmens and civic organizations, the case for construction … Continue reading

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Johnson's Pier at Pillar Point Harbor ….In All Its Glory

Photo by Jerry Koontz; to visit his website, click here

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