Monthly Archives: December 2010

Our Lovely Marine Layer

They can be depressing, as when they linger for days or even weeks in late spring/early summer (and justify the nicknames May Gray and June Gloom).  If you’re planning an outdoor wedding or a beach party or the like, one can spoil your … Continue reading

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The Little Known Parking Gems of Lindbergh

The only time I park at the airport is when I’m picking someone up. But over the years, I’ve amassed a collection of bad memories (usually at holiday or vacation times) spent driving up and down the aisles, finding nothing.  … Continue reading

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Winter Lows

I’ve added something to my Must-See list for visitors to San Diego in the winter: one of our super-low tides. Although the local shoreline has low tides (usually two) every day, the lows only get remarkably low when the moon lines … Continue reading

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December Madness

The first time I ventured into Balboa Park for “Christmas on the Prado” was maybe 10 years ago. At least one of my sons was a teenager at the time, and if his younger brother hadn’t yet reached that age … Continue reading

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