Showing posts from November, 2010

Viva La Pata

Pic: circa 06 - Old Hwy 101 concrete bridge at Upper Trestles La Pata History: A road first penned in 1956. At that time, RMV Corp (their land) had it in mind to develop the San Mateo Watershed, all the way to Caspers Park, approximating Garden Grove etc. The crushing burbs SC'ers fled from. I've seen the original drawings. Blanket development as far as the eye could see - east. SC today, would look like Huntington Beach, sprawling east to the Cleveland Nat Forest - with La Pata its major north-south foothills traffic venue. Predicted heavy traffic numbers back then. Thankfully, it didn't happen. Important to remember, South County as it looks today, is a Master Planned Community, beginning at Lake Forest, down to here, one big-ass pre planned development result, fed by toll roads. Fact: Big, sprawling development, to gain approval, require big roads in & out. I don't think there's another Planned Development, the size of South Co

Farmers Market San Clemente First Sunday

Farmers Market San Clemente Village, A Little "Mayberry by the Sea" Sundays 9 a.m. 1 p.m. S Calle Seville and Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente, CA 92672 949 492-6000 Cuesta Drive - Where the Palm Trees Grow