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 Posted By: Gazpacho 
Feb 12  # 16 of 40
hey, would you mind continuing the conversation?
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 Posted By: CanMan 
Feb 12  # 17 of 40
Quote Gazpacho wrote:
hey
when i was in LA i also visited redondo beach. there was a place where girls were skating and boys were showing their muscular body ^^ it was kinda promenade. i guess this was redondo beach? whatever....
Probably Venis Beach and the boardwalk.
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 Posted By: Gazpacho 
Feb 12  # 18 of 40
yeah exactly :D
there they sold some luscious candy stuff.. sticks... they looked like straws, 12 or so of them together. i don't know what they were called.. i think they won't sell them anymore :(
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 Posted By: Cook Chatty Cathy 
Feb 12  # 19 of 40
Wow CanMan neat Beach Cam I see the FOG:D Venice Beach Board Walk, is that where they had the Roller Coaster and other rides? It was really neat and so much fun! I just remember Redondo Beach as the spot where we used to play VolleyBall!

I think it is cool that you are in Tech. University Gazpacho! I bet it is interesting!

So are you interested in learning in time how to cook? Did your Mom ever let you help out in the kitchen growing up? And do you remember enjoying it? My boys both love to cook now that they are grown and have families of their own! The more you do it the easier and more fun it becomes! Let us know if you are interested in learning! I believe if you ever cook something and it turns out good, you will feel encouraged and inspired to learn more and cooking will become fun and not so much a chore! Especially since you are so busy with school and all!
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 Posted By: CanMan 
Feb 12  # 20 of 40
Quote Cook Chatty Cathy wrote:
Wow CanMan neat Beach Cam I see the FOG:D Venice Beach Board Walk, is that where they had the Roller Coaster and other rides?
No, that was Long Beach and THE PIKE during the years when it was a big Navy port and it had the Colossus roller coaster that went out over the water. It really was a scuzzy place in its final years. My family business used to be in downtown Long Beach, just blocks away, which was interesting when the Long Beach Gran Prix got started. I was good friends to some of the last survivors of the Pike and Looff's Amusement and I got a brick from them of the first building when it was torn down. Preserved in plexiglass now.