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December 14, 2012


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@ Carl May: I'm right with you on lots of stuff, but these hardscape tunnels are there in place of a great deal more hardscape that would have been installed instead of them.

Just look at you city folks gushing in anticipation over the promise of phony artificial hardscaping on all sides of you in the $350 million cement cylinders. What a great day it will be when you won't be forced to deal with 0.8 miles of messy natural features on the most dramatic stretch of coastal road in San Mateo County!

You got to go inside the tunnels, Juan? How very cooool!!

The portal's treatments are outstanding. The warm and cool tones work together beautifully. Very nice visually.

"Bridge Over Shamrock Ranch" would make a good song title. Oh, wait ...

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