Huntington Surf Inn
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... number of how many times she would screech "Hiya Will!" And wave profusely in his face...and now every time she pretends to speak on a phone she is always asking "baby Will" to come to the "shop" to buy a "block block" (ice block).
Our biggest adventure was Disneyland. We were so lucky to get heavily discounted tickets into the park as Paul received a military discount. So we bought a three day pass and treated ourselves to a night in the Disneyland hotel. It was ...
... manages not to cremate the food. On Saturday night we eat at a good Hawaiian restaurant (Dukes) at the foot of the pier and it is early to bed as Phil and the boys are getting up at 5am to watch Liverpool's first home game of the season on the internet - Phil's friend Paul who lives in HB has given us details of how to watch.
All in all a very relaxed couple of days.
... cruising by, who said hi with what
looked like an AK47 gun under one arm and a surfboard under the other. We
speculated shark shooting, but we really have no idea….
We can’t get over how nice and how polite people are here- they
stop their cars so you can cross the street even if you are just looking as if
you might want ...
... mushy waves it will cruise good and any day of Surfing is a good day!
One thing about Sunset... waves might not be great, but there is no line up! There is me and two other guys... I say hi, tell them I'm from Canada and just down for a day and they are welcoming and move off to the north a bit to say out of my way! Lol!! Might be the size of the board or that I'm wearing a rash guard for mushy waves! Oh well, it's all good and I spend the next ...
... wouldn't dare. As so she remains "Mrs. Brown" 58 years later.
But, getting back to the trip. Back in the mid-fifties; Mrs. Brown had the rare luxury (I suppose) to be married to an international traveling salesman. And this was truly mind-bugling to a 12 year old young Puerto Rican boy from the inner city in Brooklyn who considered New Jersey as the West Coast . She would tell us about all her husband's ...