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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Monterey Bay, Pt II:

Monterey Bay Inn. Cannery Row street is on the left. To the right, Monterey Bay itself and the mighty Pacific Ocean.
Looking out over the park towards the hotel.
The Cannery Divers memorial in Breakwater Cove park. Divers were important to the canneries because fish were processed through underwater pipes that had to be built, serviced and repaired.
Breakwater Cove. This is where diving students come to take classes in the open ocean, and is sufficiently close to land and assistance should problems arise.
South of the marina, near Fisherman's Shoreline Park.
The west side of Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf, at low tide.
In the harbor, adjacent the Muni Wharf. The Monterey Bay Yacht Club is to the right, just out of the frame. The water was, again, amazingly clear.
Harbor, looking east towards the Yacht Club and the Muni Wharf.
The bay just adjacent the entrance to Fisherman's Wharf, where numerous restaurants compete with various tourist shops and whale watching tour boats. Clearly, it is low tide.
Looking east towards Fisherman's Wharf, on the west side. The water is very clear.
Unhappy diver. He is quite displeased with my presence and my camera. If looks could kill. . .

Click on each photo to enlarge. Many more photographs coming.



Blogger Old NFO said...

He's probably poaching... :-D

Mon Feb 27, 09:13:00 PM PST  
Blogger ∞ ≠ ø said...

That one's Dave.

Mon Feb 27, 11:14:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Sheesh, if that ain't the meanest look you've seen in awhile. . .


Tue Feb 28, 10:12:00 AM PST  
Blogger "Shady" said...

BZ my friend,

You have a fantastic site..I have no idea how you find the time that you do to include us with your ventures in railroading and blogging, along with your day job in law enforcement.

Great job keep it going BZ,


Tue Feb 28, 10:38:00 AM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

TS & WSF: thanks most kindly for the very nice words, indeed!


Tue Feb 28, 12:52:00 PM PST  
Blogger Trekkie4Ever said...

Ooops! Well, at least he was stuck in all that gear and couldn't hurt you.

Man! He really does look pretty ticked off, lol!

Tue Feb 28, 01:04:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Leticia, makes me think that if he'd had a spear-gun, he'd-a tried to spike me with it!


Tue Feb 28, 01:17:00 PM PST  
Blogger dmurray said...

In the words of Ralphie in A Christmas Story the diver looks to me "like a tick ready to pop." Dave, on the other hand was completely at ease.

So, Mr. Tick: welcome to the public domain, take a page from Dave's book and lighten up. Build a bridge and swim under it.

Thanks for the post, Homes!

Tue Feb 28, 08:21:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...


How coolio! You're still reading my blog! Thanking you kindly indeed, sir! And boy, that dude was Mad Doggin' my ass Big Time-e-o!


Tue Feb 28, 08:35:00 PM PST  
Blogger dmurray said...

Pray for Mr. Mad Dog. He while engaged in recreational diving has to glare a hole in you for taking his picture. Was this dip really a business trip? Locate or dispose of swag or evidence? Secret treasure hunt? Blown alibi? How soon would he invoke Miranda? Stir in music and credits for an award winning feature film!

Have more fun!


Wed Feb 29, 10:08:00 AM PST  
Blogger Right Truth said...

Great pictures, you have a real eye. Thanks for sharing, makes me want to visit

Right Truth

Wed Feb 29, 12:39:00 PM PST  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Back in 2000, Mr. AOW and I spent some time in Monterey; we drove up Pacific Coast Highway from Los Angeles in a Mustang convertible.

We loved every minute of one of our most memorable vacations ever! I especially enjoyed Monterey's connections with John Steinbeck.

I seem to recall a Forrest Gump store in Monterey when we visited. Is that store still there?

Wed Feb 29, 01:15:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

DM: a "tick." Perfect!

Debbie: thank you so VERY kindly!

AOW: oooooooo, a Mustang up Highway 1! That would be incredible!

And yes, that "store" is still there; it is the Bubba Gump restaurant where my wife LOVES to dine when in Monterey! We ate twice there this week. It's her favorite!


Wed Feb 29, 06:06:00 PM PST  

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