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Re: Anyone At Catalina Island, Dana Point?

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Originally Posted by LeMerovingian View Post
It all depends on the circumstances;

But all of your points are valid, I was merely looking for a quiet setting to do some writing. Then again it does beat living in a freezer. Speaking of deserts, desserts and the sea.., how is it then that they supply Las Vegas with so much "fresh" seafood?
Fresh seafood comes from the ocean....no matter where. Fish are migratory in all oceans. Lobsters from Maine, King Crab from Alaska, Dungenous form the Pacific, Blue Crab from here on the Chesapeake, Stone crab from Florida and the Gulf, Shrimp from the Gulf.

No one wants to live in a freezer either...who does?

Quiet place to write, anywhere on the PC HIways up thru Big Sur and the Redwoods. Beautiflu terrain and solitude. I like Big, Carmel, Mendicino/ Fort Bragg.
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