Comments by Anneliese Ågren
Nice shapes and textures. :)
That's sad. I will miss the beautiful chai.
Hey June! I have a question for you - I was visiting your website looking for info and couldn't find a write-up. I'll email you...
Oh man! That was fantabulous! Exactly how I've always wished fireworks would kick in more-oomph! at to end the display. Thanks for including the audio too.
No Flaming Reindeer! Oh my god what a treat is that documentary!?! Oh! I love the internets! :) Now, admittedly, here I am on the other side of the hill, but having grown up all-along the California coast, my heart is over the hill on the coast, and I love witnessing all matters concerning the coast. This documentary is superb! I love the coverage of the Costanoans (Ohlone, we say nowadays), and Malcolm looks terrific (geez, has it really been almost thirty years!?), and the man describing the "autonomous…
Get out! How'd you find such a serendipitous avian appearance?
That was fun! Next time do we get to learn the pop-up, or whatever the technical term is for right-siding without popping out of the spray skirt? :)
I want to see hidden coves too.
I either decide to wait for more of your clips, or get out on my own. :)
Thanks for the video!
y'know...Devil's Slide reporters will be as prevalent over these next three years of visible construction on Highway 1, as are the Halloween visitors on Highway 92 every October.
OMG! This is everywhere, now here!
I just returned from a whirlwind Big Sur trip. Fliers canvassing this guy's disappearance line Highway One. I was wondering the details, so in a strange way, thanks for posting this here.
Sending powerful thoughts that they find out what is going on. I was down there solo myself and got really creeped out!
That was so much fun! Relief from work via Coastsider - Thank you! :)
Okay, I'm going to say it, and I'm not trying to be controversial here: the problem is that there have been many shops going in that locals are not interested shopping at, nor could they afford the fashionable clothing or craftsy home interior products for sale. Then, the type of tourists who visit HMB are not looking to buy the type of clothing, nor the collectibles for their home, from these shops. They wander after eating, they enjoy strolling Main Street, but are they really there to buy stuff…
After Carl posted where this slide occurred, and that it has nothing to do with the actual Devil's Slide area, I had to drive over to see exactly for myself. :) Now I get it. This is the area that my geology professor took us to analyze a couple of years ago. This lump of earth is a pile of centuries of landslides and streambeds that have been tilted and exposed by the faults' activity. The area's doing its thing, that it's been doing for the ages, and then we complain of its effects on the road…
Man, I don't know if the current Devil's Slide Highway One can last until the tunnel is complete! This is going to be interesting to watch. I hope no one gets hurt during this time.
Oh man, see, this is why I enjoy Coastsider so much.
Why oh why do I have to live/work on the other side of the hill?
Thank you for the vicarious living. :)
How about if a pedestrian bridge is built to aid foot traffic between Burger King and Popeyes over Highway One? Now there's an idea!
(Sorry if my silliness isn't appreciated.)
That is just about the saddest story I've ever heard! I love Peet's and read this not as a Peet's story, - it's a landlord making assumptions and not communicating story. I hope things work out for Mr. Bechar. :(
Lovely! Just what I need to see, stuck inside an office in San Carlos this sunny warm winter day. :)
Oh that's just beautiful. I've got tears. True spirit of the holiday. Thank you so much for sharing this with us! :)
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