I remember the paper version and luckily found you on Google!
My place to eat in San Pedro
Busy Bee & Beach City Grill of course!
My favorite San Pedro celebrity
Geoff Agisim ❤
My place to grab a drink in San Pedro
Whale 'n Ale
My place to shop in San Pedro
Everywhere, keep the money in town with the small biz's!!!
A little about me
Graphic artist, sailor, singer, musician aboard the Tall Ships at Ports O'Call 1980s-1990s! Rejoined friends aboard the Brigantines Exy & Irving Johnson! Still very passionate about art, photography, sailing, singing...life!!!!
If you looking for information or pictures from the early 1980"s of the Schooners: Lady Ada, Ranger or Diosa Del Mar I have albums full. When I meet my Husband in Jan.1980 he was living on Lady Ada in front or Ports. We have years of stories sailing with Capt.Ed.
Hello Betheroo, Now that you made an album, you can embed the slide show- Anywhere you would embed a youtube video!
Consider creating a blog post and tell us how you collected these cards in a few sentences. Then you can click on the icon that looks like a film strip and paste in the embed code. It's just below the main photo on the album page - http://sanpedronewspilot.com/photo/albums/old-san-pedro
HI Beth, Great photos and postcards! Thanks for sharing.
To delete a photo, click on the photo and on the right at the top of the box there is a button that says options. When clicked, you can see the option to delete photo.
Per ordering - on the main photo page, they will go up in the order you download. But you see the feature on making an album, here you can change the order. Again on the upper right corner, click on the Options button and you can edit the album. Just drag and drop. To change the album cover, drag your photo of choice up to the cover photo box.
It was a high wire act all the way through until the final buzzer but in the end, it all came up on the right side of history for San Pedro High boys basketball.By virtue of their 76-74 victory over visiting Rancho Dominguez Prep in the first-ever Marine League meeting between the two schools Friday, it netted 18-year head coach John Bobich his 500th career victory and an…See More