Monthly Archives: July 2008

The History of the Nerli Family: Elaine M. Teixeira Reports

Elaine M. Teixeira recently spoke with Frank Nerli, who resides in Redwood City with his wife, Millie, a native of Massachusetts. Frank is the last surviving immediate member of his family. The History of the Nerli Family by Elaine M. … Continue reading

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Brother Buzz: "All Kinds of Whales Outside the Harbor."

Buzz is up and running great again! Photo: A whale’s tail Photos: On board Fran “Brother Buzz” Young’s boat

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At Mavericks: Molly's Forever Chasing Bubbles

Rowena from Mountain View takes Molly to Mavericks where she practices chasing bubbles, getting ready to compete in that difficult category at the Olympics.

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The "Irene": Lorraine Piegaia Writes….

(The Irene, aka ‘the Emerald of Half Moon Bay’ is being returned to her former glory by Leland and Cecily Parsons at Pillar Point Harbor (619) 507-5071; they live in a boat moored at the harbor while restoring the boat. … Continue reading

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Want to build a wooden boat?

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Mermaids are hot around here

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Virtual Pillar Point

From John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) To enjoy panorama of Pillar Point, click here

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Meet the Pink Abalone

A Pink Abalone! Distinguishing Characers: Shell thick, circular and highly arched. Surface roughened with wavy corrugations (hence the name corrugata). Two to four large open holes bordered by sharply elevated rims, which may be worn flush with shell in some … Continue reading

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Wanted: Mermaid

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Is this for real? How to Lasso A Crab

Found on my doorstep Salty Tips By Steve ‘Hippo’ Lau How To Lasso A Crab Three decades or so ago I was chucking chunks of anchovy off of Baker Beach in hopes of catching a striper or two. After a … Continue reading

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