i went to fermin lasuen in the 60's and i graduated in 66 from san pedro high school. i live at point fermin for 50 years .and i was a cabrillo beach surfer for eight years,mostly every day when there were waves.
My San Pedro hangout
My San Pedro secret
i was a surfer low rider . i loved chevy low riders . i had a 544 chevy , bel air.
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Toberman Neighborhood Center invites you to support the 4th Annual Fall Event, Havana Nights. The event features casino games, authentic Cuban Cuisine, salsa dancing, and silent and live auctions. Your generous support provides individuals and families with necessary tools to achieve self-sufficiency.Tickets: $75Visit toberman.ejoinme.org/havananightsCall (310) 832-1145 ext.124 for more info.See More
The Point Fermin Lighthouse Society presents their primary fundraising event, which includes a variety of wines and beers to sample along with delicious appetizers, music, and opportunity drawings.http://www.pointferminlighthouse.orgTickets: $4521+.Space is limited. Reserved are required and may be made by mailing payment (includes name, phone, email, number of guests) to:Pt. Fermin Lighthouse Society,1975 Jaybrook Dr.Rancho Palos…See More
From Miraleste Drive, turn West onto Via Colinita. Pass Via La Paloma on the right. The road curved to the left and then back to the right. There is a small brown sign om a pole on the right marking the entrance to Frascati Canyon. It's across from but just before Maine Road. Carpooling recommend. Please note: no restrooms available. Rain cancels.MelanieLove Offering AcceptedRSVP preferred (if attended)…See More