Monthly Archives: May 2006

Community Bulletin Board: Pescadero Style

The messages remind folks that there’s going to be a “town photo”, giving the time and place.On Stage Road. I love it! Advertisements

Posted in Pescadero

Fayden & Son Zack Demonstrate Heredity

A few posts back I shared with you what I called “the two sides of Fayden” Holmboe (literally the two sides–left and right, taken on the same day in my El Granada backyard 30 years ago) “I sent my son … Continue reading

Posted in Fayden

Back When: I Took A Photo of HMB Photographer/Artist Ralph Putzker

The Coastside had always been a magnet for visual artists. Photographer and painter, artist Ralph Putzker, born in San Francisco, taught at San Francisco State, taking the Devil’s Slide route to work. When I met him, he lived south of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized

WWI Women's Army Corp (?) At Moss Beach

The women marching are wearing long skirts and an expert tells me the photo must be from circa WWI.

Posted in Uncategorized

Travel Riding: Hwy 92, Part I

Easy ride “over the hill” yesterday, Saturday, May 27–but my sources tell me that 92 was very crowded coming & going yesterday, Sunday the 28th of May.

Posted in Coastside Roads, Highway 92

Princeton-By-The-Sea: Funky Fishing Village South Of The Slide…

When two flamboyant brothers moved into the Princeton Inn in the 1970s, these outsiders fired-up the fishing village next door, setting the stage for a showdown. Of all the unique little corners on the Coastside, Princeton was the most authentic … Continue reading

Posted in Coastside Characters, Coastside History, Princeton-by-the-Sea

Devil's Slide Watercolor

Believed to be a watercolor by famous Coastside artist Galen Wolf

Posted in Devil's Slide, Galen Wolf, Coastside Artist