Monthly Archives: April 2009

1923: Canons to patrol Coast seeking Rum Boats

Story coming soon

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Separated at Birth: Kauai & Princeton?

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Dreamy Machines: Photogs Deb & Michael Wong's Special Slidehow

Enjoy the “Dream Machine” Slide show by the popular photographers, Deb and Michael,  pleasee click here

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Kudos to Bob Senz: He may be old-fashioned but he gets it right!

(Image by Photographers Deb and Michael Wong of “The Man,” Bob Senz)   Bob (at your left) chats with car enthusiast from Montara, the owner of the wonderful old car below)       All Images  by Photographers  Deb and … Continue reading

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Today: You can Dream at the Dream Machine Show at the Historic HMB Airport

(Image by Deb & Michael Wong. Me and Burt went with the Wongs to the airport and they got this great shot of  small plane ready to lmd/ Pretty cool.      

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Half Moon Bay Brewery has a cool site

To see for yourself, please click here         R

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Here's the Plan

Lunch at Crab Landing (you can sit inside or out) Coffee, goodies & gelato at Mezza Luna Cafe (you sit inside or out) Go to Carol’s new bookstore and there are several new stores open, I am afraid I forgot … Continue reading

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I remain impressed that somebody would

build such beautiful places to go in Princeton-by-the-Sea. People like to go to new places, they do.  All of the places. You are truly nuts if you have not checked it out at Princeton. I’m referring to the malcontents nearby. … Continue reading

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Old: Edible Bivalves of California

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The First School House Was at Princeton!

From the “Richard Schellen Files,”available at the San Mateo County History Museum and Redwood City Local History Room. First Mr. Schellen wrote about Half Moon Bay. “A general mercantile business was owned and managed by H. C. P. Morse and … Continue reading

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