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Boardwalk crosses wetlands and ponds at Mori Point GGNRA south of Sharp Park Golf Course. In the distance is the levee (berm) holding back the Pacific Ocean. (Bob Pilgrim photo)
Posted at 01:00 PM in Environment & Nature | Permalink
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Also in the distance is the 12th green of Sharp Park Golf Course, one of the most difficult par 3s around.
I also would contend that the levee does not hold the ocean back because the waves rarely hit the levee at the south end of Sharp Park Beach.
Butch Larroche |
January 26, 2010 at 06:04 PM
Beautiful, Bob, worthy of an orange crate label.
todd bray |
January 26, 2010 at 01:06 PM
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