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Exploring Ogunquit, Maine

The small coastal town of Ogunquit is a part of York County in Maine. This summer resort’s name means “beautiful place by the sea”. There’s a beautiful path along the ocean called Ogunquit’s Marginal Way. It’s a one and a quarter mile long trail with views of the coast. This is the busy time of […]

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Thank you Marie. photos: Patrick Bremser

The Southeastern Pacific has been filled with action this year due to the little El Nino warm water upwelling and it has thrown us very few little bones to chew on thus far. But finally Hurricane Marie turned the corner down there and entered our swell window, and thank goodness it has. Though it may […]

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Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

On the third Sunday in August, about 200 of the most prized collector cars and motorcycles in the world roll onto the fairway of Peddle Beach’s often called the best finishing hole in golf. It’s known as the famed eighteenth at Pebble Beach Golf Links. One of the most competitive events in the automotive world […]

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Concours d’LeMons, Peddle Beach

If it’s an oddball car, mundane or truly awful… the Concours d’LeMons will have it! A fun pairing to the Concours d’Elegance… Photos- George Saitas Photography

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This is Santa Cruz

With so much natural beauty and ways to enjoy them, Santa Cruz is a wonderful place. Everything from the moon on the ocean, to the boardwalk at night to the ocean and it’s creatures. Here is a gallery that brings all the bits together in one place to enjoy. Photos- Mike Higuet Photography

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Barrels Abound. photos: Patrick Bremser

While the last little swell pulses have not been massive, they hae brought some fun size around the Central Coast. And while school has gone back into session for some of the SC youth, not all are sitting at their desks during the morning glass-off sessions of the grey Santa Cruz summers. Here is a […]

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Some scenery from Henry Cowell

In 1821 Mexico became independent from Spain and ruled this area until 1846. Portions of Alta California were divided into Land Grants and “sold” for very small fees to interested Mexican citizens. There were three Land Grants in the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park are: Rancho Carbonera, Rancho Zayante and Rancho Rincon. These Ranchos signaled […]

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Inside the barrel

Some shots from inside beach break barrels. Photos- Wesley Riccabona

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