I beginning to explore my son’s new neighborhood and I like it.
It’s an interesting mixture of beach homes, apartment buildings and no parking.
Every respectable town needs a clock. From back in the day when no one walked around with a little computer in their pockets and only the wealthy had pocket watches or later, wrist watches.
Pier Ave, the center of town. I took the picture from the wrong angle, too lazy to cross the street.
I love murals and this is no exception. This is on the side of a large municipal parking structure right off Pier Ave. Music is very big in this small beach community.
Another great mural.
Here is a series of the actual pier. There are quite a few people on the beach itself, but this was midweek, so it wasn’t super crowded. As I got closer to where my son lives – there were less people.
Standing right under the pier.
And from the other side.
A few months ago there was arson at this house. Hopefully they will fix this soon.
The yards here are adorable, someone has a model of a lifeguard station. How appropriate.
Tile artwork. Next post will about a visit to Long Beach, where I found a lot of tile work.Leah