another great presentation and I look forward to more.
2010-06-19 08:08 PM
This was wonderful! Thank you Neal.
2010-06-19 09:08 PM
fascinating article & wonderful photos! thank you for sharing.
2010-06-20 08:01 AM
Wish you would write a book on the great history that you know, and would love to see you do historical tours on the trolley or walking tours one day!
2010-06-20 08:20 AM
very cool,really enjoyed it.
2010-06-20 08:45 AM
Thank you, this was a treat!
2010-06-20 08:51 AM
Thank you for this history, so recent, of the harbor and shoreline area. I remember as a child playing on "fossil" hill above the harbor and finding big clamshells, intact in the mound. Sometime in the 60's? the hill was carted away in order to provide a roadway up to Shoreline and the mesa.. The sandy hillside provided slides and sandpiles for the community children, and it was missed. There a still a few of these fossils in an area near McKinley School.
2010-06-20 10:04 AM
The horseback riding on the beach looks so fun. I wonder if that's even allowed on the city beaches anymore.
2010-06-20 10:05 AM
Neal is just another gem in Santa Barbara's crown. He is a treasure.
2010-06-20 12:30 PM
Neal: I remember the Buell Bros. sporting goods store on lower State, and their tackle shop on Sterns Warf. I also remember when the brake water was started. Delighted to meet you at the La Paloma ranch we still farm. Glenn
2010-06-20 01:17 PM
Wonderful recounting of what has changed in SB! Thank you so much for doing this work.
2010-06-20 03:55 PM
What a treat - I shall look for more of this fantastic history. The explanations were well done.
2010-06-20 09:55 PM
Fascinating! I love the geographic history,... with photos. Thanks for posting this!
2010-06-21 11:16 AM
Your columns are always so interesting!
2010-06-23 11:18 AM
Great story telling. Thanks.
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