Monthly Archives: February 2009

1874: Mussel Rocks: Story by John Vonderlin

Mussel Rocks 5 Rocks Kept People Away Story by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) Hi June, Was there a road on the beach with tunnels through promontories? Was it where the OSSR ended up? I’ve attached the ScreenShot so you … Continue reading

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Do Eat the Mussels

I love fresh mussels in a seafood salad, and so does Fish “expert”  Taras Grescoe, author of the new book called: Bottomfeeder: How to eat Ethically in a World of Vanishing Seafood“ Who is Taras Grescoe: Please click here How … Continue reading

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Hello Gray (From Tom Monaghan)

Helllo Gray What a pleasant surprise to hear from you. Yes, 30 years or so have gone by and I still can remember some of the good old times. I am in a new business at the moment which I’m … Continue reading

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Dear Tom (Monaghan)

Hi Tom-It doesn’t seem that long, but it’s been 30 years or so since  I’ve seen you. Most of the old group is still around.Bob Garretson is in Tuscon, Farris Wilson is in Hawaii living in a garage,doing care-taking on … Continue reading

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Paper Fishies

[Artwork from Leon Kunke's sister]

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Tom Monaghan: From the Crab Cottage Back to Exotic Abalone

Tom Monaghan came to my book signing (Princeton by the Sea, published by Arcadia)  at Kevin Magee’s  Bay Book store in Half Moon Bay in 2007. Tom was there with his Mom, and he gave me a lovely necklace on … Continue reading

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Using a "seine" to fish at HMB

A “seine” is a kind of net.

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Guy Smith, the Moss Beach postmaster, took this image of Princeton. You can see his shadow—and he was famous for using one of those old-fashioned boxy Kodak cameras.

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